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Part III: Staffing the Office > Discussing Unsatisfactory Performance

Chapter 15. Discussing Unsatisfactory Performance

Employees who work in a non-threatening atmosphere are more likely to discuss their shortcomings in the appraisal setting. When this occurs, the manager can be supportive by saying something like, “That’s very perceptive. What can we do to correct this situation?”

If the employee’s performance has been unsatisfactory in an aspect of his or her job, and does not bring up areas of weak performance, the manager must do so. It will benefit both you and the employee to describe the impact of poor performance on the organization.


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