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Beaumont Hospitals in Michigan Selects Halogen Software for Pay for Performance System
Date:3/31/2008

With employee performance module implemented in just few months, organization kicks off culture shift to promote, reward organization and

personal growth

OTTAWA, March 31 /PRNewswire/ - Halogen Software Inc., a leading provider of web-based employee performance and talent management software, today announced that Beaumont Hospitals in Michigan is using Halogen's award-winning eAppraisal(TM) Healthcare with eCompensation. Beaumont is reinforcing its reputation as an employer of choice by implementing an organization-wide pay for performance culture, strengthening the opportunity for significant rewards based on individual and team performance.

Beaumont decided to implement pay for performance to raise the bar for overall performance, align rewards and individual performance to organizational performance, and promote organizational and personal growth and development.

"We are equipping managers in their day-to-day role as Chief Retention Officer to promote a culture of retention, engagement and contribution as they set expectations, create development plans and coach employees," said Beaumont Vice President of HR Ronald Lilek. "Halogen's automated employee performance and talent management solution is a major component of enabling us to engage and develop our employees, and maintaining Beaumont's position among leading health care institutions."

Recognizing that the transition to pay for performance this would be a major paradigm shift affecting how the organization recognizes, measures and rewards performance, Beaumont strategically planned the implementation in two stages. The first stage saw the roll-out of eAppraisal to over 13,000 employees. "Our training program with Halogen, which involved over 900 trainees, took only eight weeks," said Lilek. "We were very pleased with the implementation process and how quickly we could roll out the solution."

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