We’ve just released a new version of PerformanceHub with a new feature you may want to make immediate use of, so please read on.. “New User Statuses” You know how most employees in PerformanceHub are “Enabled”, but there are also statuses like Leaving, Past Employee and Disabled? Well, we’ve expanded the list and added some new […]
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About Rob Wheatley
Rob Wheatley the CEO and co-founder of Cogendo.
Rob is an experienced senior manager with a passion for technology and innovation. He has spent over 20 years developing products and services, bridging the gap between technical and commercial organisations to deliver practical solutions for complex problems.
Rob has led a diverse mixture of teams, learning first-hand what it takes to get the best performance out of people, while keeping them engaged and motivated.
When founding Cogendo, these passions and experiences combined, resulting in a tool which provides a solid return on investment for any company using it.
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Hot on the heels of the last new feature we introduced (Competency Comments), over the weekend we released another new feature – “Appraisal Notes”. It allows HR and HR Partners to add notes to employee’s appraisals. It can be used as a stand-alone feature or in combination with the Appraisal Tags feature we released late last year. […]
Over the weekend we released a new feature for competency based reviews. It allows managers and direct reports to add comments against individual competencies when reviewing performance against them. As a bit of background – before the release, if you are using Competencies in PerformanceHub, then at appraisal time the manager and direct report are required […]
Appraisal Tags in PerformanceHub are powerful ‘snippets’ of information HR can create and associate with an employee’s appraisal. Think of them like ‘stickers’ that you can ‘put on’ employee’s appraisals and are only visible to HR. Err, ok, so what does that mean? Well, you can use them for all sorts of things, but perhaps […]
Generally speaking, organisations lean towards either doing performance reviews on an employee’s anniversary or requiring all employees have reviews together at set times of the year. Which is best?
Vision Statement Support and More We are pleased to announce that the latest version of PerformanceHub went live over the weekend. As ever, you get instant access to all the new features this new release provides. This is a special release for us because it’s the first that has been made as a direct result […]
Probation Reviews PerformanceHub now supports probation reviews to help you with your employee onboarding process. Many organisations have a probation period for new starters. Often just thought of as a “safety net” to catch poor hiring decisions, they are an important period in the early stages of a new employee’s appointment. During this period, new employees […]
We’ve just released a new version of PerformanceHub with some of those “Little Big” changes we like to do. Small things, that make a big impact on usability. Here’s a run-down of what’s new: HR Partner improvements We have changed the selector that allows you to pick what zone you are looking at. It’s […]
In this release: Way better interim reports A new employee engagement report Various bug and usability fixes You can’t have too much of a good thing right…? ..thought so. Sooooo, we have added even more sunburst reports! We had some great feedback on the Objectives Sunburst, so we thought “why not?”. Interim review progress […]
In this release: Objectives sunburst chart Role descriptions in user profiles New option to enable/disable anonymous feedback Target completion dates now show in the overview view Clearer average objectives rating chart title Various stability and performance updates Various bug and usability fixes We are currently preparing a big new feature for probation period reviews, […]