How to create an employee performance improvement plan
from Business News Daily
Sooner or later, every manager is going to face a situation where a team member isn't performing well. This person may be slacking off, or simply failing to complete his or her basic job duties week after week. Either way, it's frustrating for the whole team, especially if the situation impedes the progress of the group. But firing this employee may not be the answer just yet. Gerry David, CEO of beverage company Celsius Holdings, said it's important to try to get to the bottom of why the employee is underperforming — it may turn out not to be his or her fault, he said.
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