Terminating an Employee for Non Performance

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About this course

You have an eager Employee who has been asking for more responsibilities within the Practice, which has lead to a leadership role and a pay increase to match. This is great to have such a willing, determined and focused Employee! BUT all of a sudden all the promises of being organised and focused on the duties that they wanted to take over have fallen through and they are doing the bare minimum on the job. ClinLegal have put together a guide to help you approach this situation:

Non performance by an Employee can include:

  • Failure to perform the duties of the position or to perform them to the required standard.
  • Unacceptable behaviour in the work place.
  • Disruptive or negative behaviour that impacts on co-workers.

Course Structure

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Defining Non-Performance

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