Action Plan for Dealing with Poor Performing Employees
Benchmark best practices of Federal agencies and the private sector. May 2000.
In partnership with the union, implement best practices to create an environment of excellence. October 2000.
Provide appropriate training to employees. November 2000.
Provide performance management information and resources to employees: brochures, pamphlets, web resources, training opportunities, and counseling services. July-August 2000.
Require all managers to attend performance management training at least annually so that they can demonstrate confidence in dealing with poor performers. December 2000.
Require managers to assess employees? knowledge, skills, and abilities and provide feedback to employees regarding standards for good performance. Ongoing.
When we identify a non-performing employee, we will coordinate personnel, training, dispute resolution, and Employee Assistance Program efforts to assist in improving performance. Ongoing.