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Do you have an employee who isn't performing? Have you asked yourself why?

by , 27 June 2014
It's only natural that you expect a lot from your employees. But, have you ever considered that your employee might not be performing due to underlying reasons?

If you determine the underlying reasons affecting your employee's performance you can prevent poor performance.

Read on to find out what they are..

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Ten ways to determine the underlying reasons affecting your employee's performance.
  • Listen carefully to your employee when he explains why he has not met his targets.
  • Listen to what others have to say about your employee's performance (but be careful not to jump to conclusions).
  • Observe the employee while he is working. Can the employee deal with disruptions and interruptions.
  • Check the use of company resources. Does your employee misuse the Internet or telephone?
  • Refer the employee for professional counselling. This way you can get confidential feedback.
  • Ask for a professional assessment of an employee. This will help you see areas that need training or development.
  • Ask yourself if this is an individual problem of team-wide problem.
  • Review other symptoms. Absenteeism might indicate that there is a health or family problem.
  • Determine when the problem started. Did the problem start when the employee got to your team.


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