Employment Lifecycle Series | Managing employees’ poor performance

7 May 2019
Siobhan Mulcahy, Partner, Melbourne Steven Troeth, Partner, Melbourne Emma Moran, Special Counsel, Melbourne

You have successfully recruited the right candidate and prepared the new recruit for success through your effective and structured induction program. Unfortunately, employees do not always perform to the standard that is required or expected, or you may receive a complaint about an employee regarding an incident which can be regarded as misconduct.

At this stage it will be necessary to manage the performance and/or behaviour of that employee. This next instalment in our Lifecycle Series considers the risks involved and what is best practice for managing employee performance.

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Authored by:
Brett Feltham, Partner
Emma Moran, Senior Associate

This update does not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. It is intended only to provide a summary and general overview on matters of interest and it is not intended to be comprehensive. You should seek legal or other professional advice before acting or relying on any of the content.

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