Dealing with Poor Performance Proactively

Posted in : Webinar Recordings on 8 May 2019
Caroline Reidy
The HR Suite
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This article contains a recording and transcript of part 1 (13 March 2019) and part 2 (8 May 2019) of our Dealing with Poor Performance Proactively webinars in partnership with Caroline McEnery.

The aim of performance management is to continually improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your organisation. Sometimes, however, an employee will not be performing to the expected level, hopefully a proactive approach will be enough to turn the employee’s performance around to better meet the needs of the business

Caroline discusses how to proactively approach performance management with employees, and provides some takeaway tips and advice on how to best to handle poor

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Caroline Reidy
The HR Suite

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