Why your employees should keep their own scores

Posted on 13 Okt 2015 in Allgemein, Generation Y, Recruitiing 0 Comments

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I am delighted to welcome Toby Beresford’s guest contribution to the ever more important subject of performance reviews and balance score cards:


Why your employees should keep their own scores

There are now a number of online services that have sprung up to help us develop our own careers, among them LinkedIn and Xing. These platforms maintain our CV for us, and a network of past colleagues – all of whom are a potentially valuable network to find our next job or to take with us when we do find it.

However, there is one aspect of our career that has, to date, remained locked in each employers’ HR safe – the records of our on-the-job performance and skills development.

All this is now changing, particularly for the millennial generation who demand that performance results and a record of skills accomplished follows them from company to company.

To support this trend, a new, “informal, digital HR economy” is springing up that recognizes and stores our personal performance and skills, outside the enterprise.  full article

Toby Beresford CEO of rise.global, a new social network to create and share scores. He is also a leader within the gamification community in the UK.

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