Employers are not legally required to have any performance policies in place although the ACAS Code of Practice must be followed when dismissing an employee, see:
However, it is useful to have formal performance procedures in order to provide consistency and fairness and so staff members understand what is expected of them.
P13 Performance improvement policy and procedure
P13 – Performance Improvement Policy and Procedure
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