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Handling an employee’s poor performance 

Dealing effectively with an employee’s performance can make a huge difference in the outcome for the company and the person. 

An employee’s intentions are almost entirely what determines whether their performance is poor.

A poor performance indicates the job is not complete to the standard expected by the employer.

The employee if it is not a perfect fit or struggles because of no fault of their own.

in case of poor performance, it is important to figure out what standards of work are expected – and whether they are reasonable.

From the preliminary conversation, an employer should have a good idea of an employee’s abilities.

If the employee was genuine about the aspects where they might need coaching.

then it is the employer’s responsibility to provide re-training, direction, and, if necessary, advising in this area.

An employer can enter a formal process if they get a chance to meet the standards that are expected of them.

Everything must be clearly laid out for both the employee and the employer during a proper procedure.

Can the employee express their concerns or opinions on the matter, and what will happen if standards are not improved?

To reach an agreement, both parties may need to take action. A follow-up session between the parties involved may also aid in the process’s smoothing.

A judgment willl influence the employee’s track record, how much training and guidance have been provided, and their current position.