Many businesses face the prospect of having to deal with under-performers. This best practice is a how-to related to dealing with under-performing employees and building a plan to get them back on track.
When it comes to performance, not all employees are created equal. In fact, we want to establish minimum standards and expectations, and by doing so we can work with under-performers and get them back on track in the company. Follow the video and the steps to working with underachievers.
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Setting an employee up for success sometimes requires us to create an employee action plan, or what we term a Performance Improvement Plan (PIP). The goal of a PIP is to establish immediate expectations and feedback based on specific areas of concern. Areas that are identified as action steps are reviewed, at first weekly, and then monthly to facilitate getting the team member back on track. Use this tool to develop your areas of action - they are based on the core values and role descriptions of the employee team member.
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