Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Almost a third of employees feel performance management systems are unfair

A recent CIPD/Halogen Employee Outlook survey indicated that trust and confidence in leaders had hit a two year low.

In a recent press statement the CIPD noted that "Trust and confidence in senior leaders has fallen to a two year low, with almost one third of employees believing that performance management systems are unfair. That’s according to a survey of over 2,500 employees published today by the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development, in partnership with Halogen Software."

To read the full article http://www.cipd.co.uk/pressoffice/press-releases/third-employees-performance-management-unfair-cipd-halogen-270514.aspx

This survey ties in with research I undertook in 2012/3 with a number of companies in Canada and the UK looking at the effectiveness of Performance Management systems in improving performance. Of those surveyed only 39% believed that their organization's performance management system improved business performance and 47% believed that the system was unfair and inconsistent.

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