Tag: Training and Development

Employees Should Establish Their Own Priorities

A couple of months ago, I wrote an article about Kronos’ transition from a traditional time-off policy to an unlimited time-off program (called myTime). On some level, I like to think of the concept of unlimited time off as Paid Time Off 2.0. Decades ago, organizations had vacation, paid sick […]

Improve Performance by Expanding Solutions

After an employee is coached about their performance, a follow-up meeting should always be scheduled. Always. Even if the employee turns their performance around a full 180 degrees. Actually, let me rephrase that. Especially if an employee turns their performance around. Why? Because having a follow-up meeting allows you to find […]