Good leadership is the key to good performance in the workplace. But that's easier said than done.
Because the fact of the matter is that not all employers show the right qualities.
Instead, they make classic leadership mistakes that end up lowering overall morale, leading to poor performance in the workplace. And that's something no employer wants.
So to help you avoid doing that in your ... ››› more
Do you have an employee who:
· Makes many mistakes without showing any indication of learning from them;
· Provides poor quality services; and
· Overall, just doesn't deliver on what you expect of him?
If so, then you have a poor performer on your hands. And the chances are that your patience is beginning to wear thin, to the point where you'll run to HR and dema... ››› more
In some cases, it's easy to measure an employee's performance in the workplace. For example, there's sales targets in place, or an employee's immediate superior may have several complaints about him, which can indicate poor performance.
But in cases where none of these factors are present, you may wish to implement 'evaluations'. As these act a communication channel between you and the employ... ››› more
'Poor performance mustn't be tolerated. It affects your bottom line,' warns The Labour Law for Managers Loose Leaf Service. And if you've spent large sums of money on improving performance and productivity of your employees, there's no reason why should you tolerate under-performance. Read on to discover five steps you can use to manage poor performance by employees before it affects your business... ››› more
Poor Performance management is tricky. But if you have a poor performer, you need to deal with him swiftly to ensure the problem doesn't escalate and affect your business more than it needs to. That's exactly what the Bulgarian Football Union did when it banned referee Nikolay Yordanov following his poor performance in a topflight match between Levski Sofia and Litex Lovech on Saturday. But can yo... ››› more
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