BARS: Behaviorally anchored rating scales: Don't just crunch the numbers for your next review
BARS: Behaviorally anchored rating scales
Quantative ratings scales used for employee performance reviews give very objective results and outlooks when it comes time to discuss an employee's performance. But, do they really give you much assistance when giving advice on how to coach your employee to grow or improve? Take a look at this introduction to behaviorally anchored rating scales, BARS, to see if you might need to implement some changes.
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Behavioral risk management: Do you have a solution in place?

Tue, 02/16/2021 - 22:13
Learn how to manage behavioral risks in your workplace and how to pivot employee's focus to your employee assistance program. Don't you want to offer a solution before you have to pay the costs of a much larger issue? We thought so.