How to save a poor-performing new employee

12/3/2012 | StartupSmart.com.au (Australia)

If a new employee isn't improving, the manager should make sure necessary training is being provided and then work with the employee to identify strengths and weaknesses, Vicki Crowe writes. "You can approach this in a positive way by asking them what aspects of the job they love and which ones they'd rather not do. You may find that they are just not suited to the role you employed them to do," she writes.

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