This article is a follow on from our recent piece looking at top performance review tips for managers. As a regular reader of this blog, you’ll know that at Weekly10, we aren’t big believers in the traditional approach to performance reviews.
Communicating via Teams has proven absolutely vital for our business during lockdown, and we know the same is true for many of you, with over 80 million downloads of Teams already this year. And with a great system for communication comes
Employee engagement is the central topic here at Weekly10. Whether we’re talking about the latest employee engagement strategies, how to improve employee engagement or simply what exactly employee engagement is, it’s fair to say it is always a focus for
For managers, the idea of getting ready for performance reviews is rarely ever far from their thoughts. Ideally, you’re checking in with your employees frequently, you’ve planned out a consistent schedule for one-to-ones, and you’ve chosen suitable questions because reviewing performance
Remote work is great for businesses and their staff; employees get flexibility, and companies can save on the costs of running an office and when done right, can see considerably bosts to productivity. But remote teams come with their own challenges,