The No Excuses Guide to Performance Management - Templates and step-by-step guides to manage and discipline the poor work performer

The No Excuses Guide to Performance Management - Templates and step-by-step guides to manage and discipline the poor work performer
Compiled by the same team that brings you the Labour Law for Managers Loose Leaf as well as 13 labour and HR experts, it’ll give you everything you need to effectively and legally deal with your poor performer. The checklists, templates and information provided will make the whole process easy, quick and stress-free.
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Author(s):
FSP Business
Pages:
79
Format:
CD
Year of publication:
2013
ISBN:
978-1-920704-26-1
Price: R 497.00

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Show that poor performer the door without landing yourself at the CCMA


Joe’s always making costly mistakes, missing deadlines, delaying processes, aggravating clients – all of which costs you time and money to fix. He’s constantly busy, but doesn’t meet any of his targets. And he always has a long list of excuses that go hand-in-hand with each mishap.

But here’s the bottom line: He just can’t do the job!

If you’re like most managers, the next logical step is to get rid of him and get someone who can do the job. But watch out, that could cost you BIG. You may as well give him a blank cheque!

For example, take the case of Robinson v Sun Couriers in 2003.

The CCMA deemed Robinson’s dismissal unfair because Sun Couriers hadn’t established the reason for the poor performance, or brought any proof that the poor performance was the employees fault.

In another case, Medro Pharmaceutica’s employee failed to meet her targets for nine out of ten months. Nevertheless, the CCMA ruled the dismissal unfair because the employer had set unachievable targets (even though everyone else in the company had no problem meeting them!).

There are so many more cases just like these. Employers being taken to the cleaners at the CCMA for dismissing employees for poor performance.

So where does that leave you and your problem with Joe?

Well, that’s why I’m writing to you today…

No more excuses!

My name’s Rachel Paterson, and I know all about how frustrating it is to deal with someone who’s just not pulling their weight. You see, I’ve had to deal with this same problem too.


Last year, I had to deal with a poor performance issue and I didn’t know where to start. There were dozens
of questions that ran through my mind…

  • Can I fire her for poor performance?
  • What steps must I take to improve her performance before I start the proper performance process?
  • How and when can I have a performance hearing?
  • What are the steps I take once I’ve had the initial meeting about poor performance?


I spent hours scouring the internet and asking many (expensive) labour lawyers for the answers to my questions. If only I’d had the interactive ‘No Excuses’ Guide to Performance Management CD I would’ve cut that time in half!

Compiled by the same team that brings you the Labour Law for Managers Loose Leaf as well as 13 labour and HR experts, it’ll give you everything you need to effectively and legally deal with your poor performer. The checklists, templates and information provided will make the whole process easy, quick and stress-free.

The information you need to take charge!

The ‘No Excuses!’ Guide to Performance Management covers everything you need to know to correctly manage a poor performer and gives you the tools you need to legally dismiss them if you have to. You’ll get vital information like…

  • An A-Z checklist for managing poor performance;
  • A 5-step problem-solving approach to manage poor performance;
  • A checklist for the manager who’s dealing with a poor performer;
  • The difference between poor performance and misconduct;
  • 10 Steps you must follow before you dismiss an employee for poor performance;
  • How to set performance standards;
  • How to evaluate your employee against your standards;
  • The dos and don’ts of the poor performance process;
  • 10 Motivators to make your poor performer a great one;
  • And so much more!
Every performance management dilemma SOLVED!

After receiving hundreds of questions about poor performance from people like you, and having to deal with it myself, I understand how vexing performance management can be.

That’s why I personally made sure we left nothing out when we compiled The ‘No Excuses’ Guide to Performance Management.

We’ve solved every performance management dilemma for you like…
-How can you dismiss an employee who’s on probation?
-What kind of proof does the CCMA require to prove the dismissal was fair?
-What about managing the performance of the executives in your company? Is the process different?
-And much much more!


I’m so confident you’ll find this guide valuable, I’m offering it to you with our…

30 Day money-back guarantee

The ‘No Excuses’ Guide to Performance Management comes with a 30 day money-back guarantee so you can try it with absolutely no risk on your part. If you’re not completely convinced it’ll help you easily manage performance in your company, simply return it to us and we’ll give you your money back.

That’s how confident I am.

Create a water-tight performance management process, stay compliant with your obligation to your employees and manage poor performers efficiently, all for the once-off payment of just R497.

Get your copy today!

Yours Sincerely,

Rachel Paterson

PS. Are 20% of your employees causing 80% of your management headaches? Equip yourself with everything you need to know manage performance effectively and legally dismiss poor performers.

All this, in an easy-to-understand, step-by-step format.


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