Employee Performance has a dramatic impact on your business, from directly affecting profits to influencing other employees and staff morale.
There are many reasons why an employee’s performance may fall below standard. It may be due to personal, work or health issues or insufficient employee training. Some performance issues can also stem from a lack of management support or employee understanding of the requirements of their role.
Managing performance is not always about negative behaviour. By implementing a structured appraisal scheme, good performance can be recognised and rewarded, helping to ensure that your workforce is positively encouraged to perform at its best.
Our Employee Performance support services offer:
For a no obligation quote or discussion on how Doodle HR can help support your business, please contact us by doodling your details here.
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