Dealing with your least-productive workers is more than just frustrating: it’s a major time thief. A new survey by staffing firm Robert Half reveals managers spend on average 26% of their time managing poorly performing employees. What’s more, 83% of those asked said those poor performers negatively impact the morale of the entire team at least somewhat, and more than half (56%) said morale is greatly affected.
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Employees with high levels of honesty and humility are the most likely to receive favourable performance reviews, accord- ing to a recent study.
“Employees who self-reported honesty and humility correlated positively with supervisor ratings and job performance,” said Wade Rowatt, professor of psychology and neuroscience at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, and co-author of A new trait on the market: Honesty-humility as a unique predictor of job performance ratings.
Organizations that map out a set of objectives and the roadmap to meeting their objectives will undoubtedly have a more productive and engaged workforce that knows what is expected of them.