Employees are the key ingredient to the success of any business or organisation – but what should employers do if they aren’t performing as well as they should?
Underperformance can occur when an employee is failing to do their job properly, or is being disruptive within the workplace and impacting those around them. It may be a result of:
Underperforming by employees or poor performance at work can include:
The best way to address an issue like this and to ensure that all are performing to their best is to have regular meetings and discussions about performance and goals. Providing feedback and support can also assist people in meeting their responsibilities and performance expectations while working.
Benefits of addressing performance issues by taking a best practice approach to your business or organisation can include:
Here’s a simple 5 step approach to handling underperformance: