Too many managers let poorly performing employees slip through regular reviews until a crisis occurs. If an employee’s written appraisals do not reflect his or her actual work, a sudden termination can result in costly legal action because the company’s paper trail will support the employee, not the firm. This useful handbook provides sound advice on how to handle such issues and deals with the nine most common areas of poor job performance.
About the Authors
Corey Sandler has written more than 150 books on a variety of topics. He has been an executive at several private-industry companies. Janice Keefe, a researcher, has co-written three books.