It can be hard, when you believe an employee to be failing in their role, to see what process to follow; in most cases, there’s a good chance that the underlying reason for the poor performance, especially if the worker has previously performed well, is due to factors other than simply their inability to fulfil their duties.
A worker may well be going through a tough time at home, be dealing with mental or physical issues, or there may be an issue at work that they’re struggling with. In this case, it’s your duty as a boss to work with them and HR to ensure that their place of work is making adequate changes to help them.
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