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HR for Non-HR Professionals – Portsmouth

You didn’t get into business to become an HR expert [and most people don’t]. However, over time things change and you realize that staying on top of all the compliance issues while managing employee engagement seems to be in the way of doing business. Join us for breakfast where we will not only feed your […]

Performance Review - Don't make it a circus

3 Reasons to ditch the Formal Performance Review Process

When it comes to the performance review, managers often make the mistake of cramming it in towards the end of the year. With work piling up to be completed before the holidays, it can be a very stressful time for employees who are now faced with a career review meeting to see if they qualify for bonuses. This means that when it comes to career discussion, you might want to break up the review into meetings that occur at separate times of the year.

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Ask these 4 question to develop an awesome workforce

Without a clear goal, your team will go nowhere Here’s how to identify and communicate your business’s objectives to keep everyone inspired.

Do you ever have the feeling that your workforce is just doing a job, but doesn’t seem to be engaged? Often times entrepreneurs are extremely excited abut their organization and the purpose, but don’t have the feeling that their employees are understanding this purpose, and are just sitting in a job.