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The HR Headmistress' blog
30th October 2019
One of the tasks that many managers dread is telling a team member that they’re under-performing. They don’t want to upset the under-performing team member, other team members and don’t want to be seen as the bad guy. They hate...
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31st July 2019
Perhaps the recent hot weather has caused some hot-headed behaviour. During July several clients have had employees storm out, muttering imprecations as they went, only to creep back a day or two later, slightly pink round the ears and start...
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4th July 2018
Some time ago I was asked to investigate the apparent gross misconduct of a senior manager, John. He had gone from being an incredibly high-performing, conscientious individual to a major problem. During the course of the investigation several...
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2nd May 2018
The Employment Rights Act 1996 sets out the various fair reasons for dismissal. One of them is capability, or more precisely, a lack of capability. Poor performance and a lack of capability are referred to variously as ‘poor work...
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18th April 2018
Mae West said that an ounce of performance is worth pounds of promises. Poor work performance is one of the most common complaints, but one of the areas least well tackled. The question to ask yourself is: "are all my employees meeting all my...
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