When it comes to an underperforming employee, employers should carefully assess what is behind any performance deficiencies before considering the termination of employment for just cause
Managing an underperforming employee, particularly a professional or long-service one, is a daunting and frustrating task for all HR practitioners. By the time a file hits my desk, employers are typically at the end of their rope and want to know if they “have enough” to sustain a termination for cause based on poor performance.
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