Help wanted: implementing a new HR-cyclus
We are going to implement a new HR-cyclus at a SME and we need some help!
Before, there was no HR-cyclus, no performance reviews or anything like that. Since we are implementing a new e-learning platform and we would like to motivate our employees to really be actively engaged with their development, we want to stimulate that by connecting the learning platform with a new HR-cyclus. By offering these new things, we want to improve our employership.
But the thing is, we want to keep it all very positive, and a 'performance review' sounds already quite 'judgemental' and we want to stay away from that. Does anyone have some 'cool', modern ways to describe your HR-cyclus and your terms of employment? There are mostly students working at our organization so we would like to keep it 'fresh'!
Thanks in advance!
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