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rbatista204
06-19-2017, 01:28 PM
A majority of my staff are up for performance review and will be asking for an increase in wages. Currently for the most part in my eyes their performance does not warrent an increase but my partner disagrees. He believes if we do not increase their wages we will loose them. when i believe that may not be a bad thing as they have become complacent and under-performing. Additional, all the staff are already setup with a performance program where they make bonuses ontop of their wages if they high group targets which are discucessd with overall time. they do not make these marks..


Any suggestions?

Thomas Patel
08-07-2019, 05:38 AM
Yes, it may happen.

Every employee expects an increment in wages after completion of the project. You need to check the activity of all employee individually and take care of several errors that occur while checking the productivity such as Comparing Error, Attribution Error, and more.

Else you can take help of any monitoring software which will give you the performance of each employee in the form of chart and graphs. You can easily calculate the productivity of employee by this kind of software.

Thomas Patel
08-26-2019, 08:19 AM
To solve these types of problems, we advise every company to install different times of employees monitoring software. It will help you to see the exact working details of your employees, which you can use later during the increment.

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08-28-2019, 04:25 AM
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essencepk
10-16-2019, 03:12 AM
Some Of the Problems with Performance Appraisal.
Compare/contrast error.
Similarity error.
Bias.
Stereotyping.
The Halo effect.
Recency effect.
Attribution error.

amayajace
10-22-2019, 03:29 AM
Some Of the Problems with Performance Appraisal.
1) Compare/contrast error.
2) Similarity error.
3) Bias.
4) Stereotyping.
5) The Halo effect.
6) Recency effect.
7) Attribution error.

amayajace
10-22-2019, 03:34 AM
Some Of the Problems with Performance Appraisal.
1) Compare/contrast error.
2) Similarity error.
3) Bias.
4) Stereotyping.
5) The Halo effect.
6) Recency effect.
7) Attribution error.

SamuelKennedy
03-21-2020, 01:00 AM
It happens in almost most of the companies that employees want growth in their wages.
For review the performance of each employee you can use Employee Monitoring Software to monitor & track their activities in the working hours. From that, you will get every report of your employees that can help in increasing their wages.

speeduser
10-29-2020, 04:54 AM
You could set up a Performance Review Bonus scheme for your employees. It will boost their morale and motivation. It's a win-win situation for your company and its employees. - Paul Savramis (https://paulsavramis.co/)

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speeduser
12-18-2020, 04:58 AM
You could set up a Performance Review Bonus scheme for your employees. It will boost their morale and motivation. It's a win-win situation for your company and its employees. - Phillip Elden (https://www.phillipeldenprofile.com/)

c.m.t
02-19-2021, 05:52 PM
Hi there,

Salary and bonuses are just a couple of ways to keep your employees happy. There are some other non-monetary ways to compensate employees such as 1) providing them with more autonomy, 2) benefits and rewards, 3) providing them with more developmental opportunities (ie., making them the head of a initiative), and 4) providing more feedback and recognition. Many companies are beginning to invest in continuous performance management systems for precisely this reason (you can check out Pavestep (https://www.pavestep.com/), Reflektive, etc).

I think it is also important to talk with your employees and understand what they want in their career. Many employees actually will say they prefer a promotion over a pay increase, and one study found than 78% of employees (https://www.workfront.com/sites/default/files/resource/file_pdf/2019-09/sow-report-2020.pdf) think their job is much more than a paycheck. Employees truly want to like their work and feel valued. They want to develop and be motivated. They want to understand and be aligned with their company values and mission. Having a great company culture that's focused on developing and motivating your employees can be a cost effective way to retain employees - even without the lavish bonuses.

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04-21-2021, 03:14 PM
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lishmaliny
05-03-2021, 09:43 AM
Poor prioritizing, timing, scheduling.
Lost time. Lateness, absenteeism, leaving without permission. Excessive visiting, phone use, break time, use of the Internet. Misuse of sick leave.
Slow response to work requests, untimely completion of assignments.
Preventable accidents.

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05-21-2021, 11:37 PM
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