behavioral approach

  

Definition

Human resource management: The analysis of employees' actions to identify behavior patterns that (for a specific job or function) separate an effective employee from a less effective or nonperforming employee.

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  • The supervisor of the IT department took a behavioral approach in determining whether John was the better employee or if it was Mary.

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  • I informed him that our behavioral approach was top notch and we would know who was doing the best job.

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  • You need to take a strong behavioral approach to any decision that you will make regarding your workers and how you treat them.

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