Results are checked on two occasions — not to be confused with the hit record of The Deele — either when things are really bad or really good.
When things are bad, it’s a matter of assessing the situation and knowing when to brace for impact. When things are good, it’s more of a morale boost and a quick affirmation that things are peachy.
The middle somehow seems less appealing.
With an abominable retention rate, HR managers kind of know what’s going on. With an incredible company culture that oozes out employee engagement, HR managers might even go on a keynote tour sharing their story with the world.
The middle is, however, where it gets at least equally interesting.
Monitoring average results in the middle enable you to anticipate. For better or worse. Chance favors the prepared mind.