Category Archives: Absenteeism

10 reasons to adopt dynamic performance management (DPM) – Reasons 8-10

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This article, which is the third of a three-part series, will continue demonstrating that effective performance management is the language of business improvement. Activating dynamic performance management (DPM) equips organizations to learn from mistakes and build on successes. This article will discuss the final three of 10 key reasons that adopting DPM provides a high return on investment.    

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10 reasons to adopt dynamic performance management (DPM) – Reasons 4-7

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We recently shared three important reasons that dynamic performance management, or DPM, should be considered for your organization. They were: the actualization of real customer value, the ability to convert data overload into information power, and the creation of a culture and business climate comprised of action and empowerment. In this second instalment, we share reasons 4-7 with you.  

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10 reasons to adopt dynamic performance management (DPM) – Reasons 1-3

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This three-part article series will provide 10 key reasons that you will want to consider some version of DPM in 2017. Effective performance management: the term has perhaps lost its cache, but the concept is still critical to business survival! Performance management (PM) will always be relevant because business success will always require good to great performance. Dynamic performance management

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Absenteeism: Part II – Controlling absenteeism may lead to a competitive advantage over your competitors.

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Yesterday we spoke about absenteeism costing the Canadian economy billions of dollars every year. When we are working hard trying to make our organizations profitable; absenteeism can be a major blow to our bottom line. Why not control absenteeism in your organization; this may even lead to a competitive advantage over your competitors. Encourage your team to exercise; there are

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Absenteeism: Can you afford this anymore? Part I

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Absenteeism costs the Canadian economy billions of dollars every year. When we are working hard trying to make our organizations profitable; absenteeism can be a major blow to our bottom line. It can also cause the loss of customers because of delivery delays and inferior quality. It affects the morale and performance of the other team members and an already

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