Are you looking for a format that's a winner when you want to help an underperforming employee succeed? You'll find what you are looking for here. Used correctly, the purpose of a formal Performance Improvement Plan is to help an employee succeed.
This format enables you to set goals, establish measures, conduct review sessions and chart progress. Not convinced of the need for this procedure? Check out my introduction to the form. You'll be happy you did.
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The above post on Performance Improvement Plans (PIPs) reminds me of the Energizer Bunny. First published on May 24, 2004 (yes, I have been writing this blog for awhile - back then, I was just learning - a lot!), comments just keep coming and coming and coming. It's a topic that almost everyone has an opinion about... Do you?
Please note: I don't publish posts that are written in all caps or that are overwhelmed with cuss words.
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