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Performance Improvement Plan Playbook (11 min read)
Performance Improvement Plan Playbook A while back I blogged an article on Performance Improvement Plans and what they really mean for an employee who has just been placed on one, or threatened to be placed on one. More so than any other blog article I have written, this one received the most prolific feedback, with ...
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