Performance Evaluation Effectiveness

In trying to accurately assess the production and value of employees, companies devise a variety of tools to allow managers to objectively rate their employees' performance. The problem becomes figuring out how effective these evaluations are. Justin Harris, human resources practitioner and generalist at Tennessee State University, talks to Tim Muma about critiquing and revamping the current performance evaluation you use as an organization. He provides some tips and rationale for making small changes that could have a big impact.

Podcast Series: Management Decisions
On Management Decisions (formerly Executive Decisions) we discuss topics that pertain to employers, especially upper-level managers, human resources professionals, and executives to gain an understanding of their roles and strategies. It's an inside look into their thoughts and behaviors which make them and their businesses successful.