In many cases, performance improvement plans are an attempt by your employer to push you out the door, and the worst thing that you can do is quit. The second-worst thing you can do is ignore it.
We routinely work with clients that find themselves the subject of performance concerns. Often, it is unexpected, and sometimes, it comes after years or even decades of positive reviews. In those cases, it is usually the person’s manager that has changed, and not their performance or ability.
How we can help
We will work with you to help you protect yourself and your rights, and we will ensure that you don’t act in haste and compromise your position. If the situation cannot be rectified, we will advocate on your behalf to ensure that your rights are respected and that you are compensated appropriately.