Most staff members work hard and their performance successfully meets and sometimes exceeds performance expectations. However, at times managers are faced with staff whose performance is marginal or inadequate. Performance Management is designed to promote communication between staff members and supervisors on the goals and key results to be achieved and the success criteria by which individual performance is assessed. It also promotes continuous learning, recognizes successful performance and addresses performance shortcomings. The purpose of this Guide is to help you address and resolve poor performance.
Please Note. The information in Fresh HR Insights Pty Ltd Performance Management Framework is not a replacement for Professional advice from an experience Human Resource Consultant or Workplace Lawyer. If you have a complex situation, please seek further guidance. Call us on 1300 332 322