How should first-line supervisors deal with an agency head who continually encourages subordinates to bypass their supervisors in making reports about employee performance, work relations, and/or operations? Speaking to this agency head has already been tried and failed. This encouragement comes in the form of an "open door" policy, enabling behavior such a listening instead asking them to address with their supervisor first, and even sometimes via direct instructions to do so.
—Frustrated and Discouraged, government, Phoenix
What are the disadvantages of continuing to do performance evaluation?
—Pros and Cons, HR associate, light manufacturing/food production, Masaka, Uganda
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What is big data and why should HR care about it?