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Poor Performance

Published December 11, 2018 Author: Andrew Felix Rose

When an employee fails to meet the behavioural and performance standards of the company.

Poor performance may be viewed as not being able to carry out the duties of the position, not complying with workplace policies, behaving negatively towards other workers and customers, or behaving in a way that impacts the performance of other workers.

Reasons for poor performance may include low morale, job dissatisfaction and friction between co-workers. Employers can manage poor performance by implementing a performance improvement plan.

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