An employer might place an employee on a Performance Improvement Plan (PIP), if that employee is not carrying out work to a satisfactory standard. I have received many enquiries from employees who are concerned about being put on a PIP and what it might mean for them.
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Being subjected to a Performance Management procedure at work causes a huge amount of anxiety for all involved. Often, the start of a Performance Management procedure is accompanied by the offer a Settlement Agreement to give the employee ‘an easy way out’. This was the situation for a recent client. Read on for more information.
We have experienced a significant rise in the number of clients being threatened with Performance Management Procedures or Performance Improvement Plans. Read on for more information.
If you believe your employer is trying to push you out of your job, I can help. I have just concluded a case of this nature and received a 5* review from a very happy client. Read on for more…
Being subjected to a Performance Improvement Plan at work is stressful and anxiety provoking. This is even more so when the management action taken is completely unjustified.
A gentleman came to see me a few weeks ago having been threatened with a Performance Improvement Plan at work. He explained his employer had offered him a Settlement Agreement with a compensation package if he would agree to resign his employment.