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  1. Avoiding the reasons why 360 degree feedback programmes fail

    Posted in Latest News

    360 feedback is a powerful tool and when used properly it can help businesses to improve many aspects of their operations, but there are some common reasons why 360 degree feedback programmes fail and they need to be avoided at all costs.

    While …

  2. 360 degree feedback before and after

    Posted in Latest News, Tips & Best Practice, Using Appraisal360

    Many of our customers are looking to use 360 degree feedback as a means of measuring development progress around an L&D intervention of some kind. Easy: just do a 360 feedback before you start, do one again a while later and then compare the numbers. …

  3. Heat wave prompts calls for workers to be sent home

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    In the midst of a heat wave, a group of MPs is calling for workers to be sent home if temperatures in the workplace reach 30C.

    A Parliamentary Early Day Motion, tabled by Halifax MP Linda Riordan, has been backed by seven other Labour MPs.

    It urges the Government to resolve uncertainty …

  4. Trust a key factor for performance and motivation

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    A new report reveals that trust between staff and employers is critical for driving high levels of performance and workforce motivation.

    Compiled by Working Families and consultant lead researcher Susanne Jacobs, in partnership with Unum, the report reveals a clear link between the individual, the team they work in, how they …

  5. 360 feedback reports: what rater groups can tell you.

    Posted in Latest News, Tips & Best Practice, Using Appraisal360

    360 degree feedback normally collects feedback from a range of different people who know the appraisee well and can provide useful input. Typically to ensure a proper cross section of responses raters will be chosen from the appraisee’s colleagues, peers, reports, managers, maybe customer, external contacts and so on.

    When the …