Providing employee feedback can seem daunting, especially if it is constructive feedback or feedback about a task that may not have gone smoothly. While the feedback itself is important, the way feedback is provided is just as, if not more, important. When thinking about it from the employee's point of view, which would you rather receive: negative and criticizing responses to something you have worked on or professional and positive ideas for improvement? The infographic below goes over some of the basic dos and don'ts of providing feedback to employees.
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Having remote employees and tracking their time doesn't have to be a *big deal.* Working from home, at multiple locations, an airport, or even a local coffee shop is becoming the new norm - 78% of remote employees would like to continue working from their chosen location, given a choice. Using a time collection system that is as flexible as your workplace is imperative to keep your business moving. Check out the infographic below to find out why LightWork Time may be the right fit for your workforce!
The performance management process can be grueling, we admit it. No one wants to be blindsided by criticism, plus all of the paperwork involved makes it a difficult task on its own. What if we told you that engaging employees throughout the year in their performance management makes it easier during appraisal season?
Corporations need a feature-rich Learning Management System that enriches the learning environment with a vibrant online ecosystem. Investing in this type of LMS enables training departments to train entire branches, departments, local offices, franchisees, and more, and transfer knowledge efficiently. Read the below infographic to find out why a feature-rich system matters:
In today's day and age, there are so many ways for cyberattackers to infiltrate companies and take them down from the inside. In the below infographic, we discuss the four most common types of tactics used and how to avoid them to keep your business safe.