What is a Performance Improvement Plan?
A Performance Improvement Plan is a process that is used between an employer and an employee to discuss, identify, and plan employee milestones and goals.
What is the purpose of a Performance Improvement Plan?
A Performance Improvement Plan is a document used to identify any performance issues that an employee may have, as well as strategies to improve. It also provides an employee and employer the opportunity to discuss organizational and individual goals that the employee should meet.
Why do I need a Performance Improvement Plan?
A Performance Improvement Plan is a great tool to give employees that may be struggling in their performance to identify achievable goals and milestones to improve their work and position in the organization.
Documenting the process is a great way to look back and see if goals have been met.
How do I use the Performance Improvement Plan
- Download the template
- Arrange a meeting between management and the employee
- Discuss any performance issues, as well as successes
- Identify any performance goals and milestones, including timelines
- Use the completed document after a set amount of time to determine if the employee’s performance has improved
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