Do Performance Improvement Plans Work?
A standard component of most organization’s human resource policies is a Performance Improvement Plan (PIP). This process formalizes the timing, objectives and monitoring expectations for addressing performance issues.There is no denying the necessity of the PIP process from a legal or regulatory standpoint, but does it deliver expected outcomes?
Unfortunately, PIPs could be considered analogous to counter-offers, as in most cases, I haven’t witnessed positive outcomes.
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