Regular appraisals, in conjunction with regular informal meetings, are helpful in identifying any training needs and areas of improvement before they become problematic. However, if performance does not improve then it may be appropriate to use the performance policy. For further guidance please see:
P1: How to Guide – Managing Poor Performance.
P1- How to Guide – Managing Poor Performance
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