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Performance improvement plan template

A performance improvement plan (PIP) is a tool used by employers to help employees improve their performance in areas where they are struggling. Here is a template for a PIP:


Employee Name: [Insert Employee Name]

Position: [Insert Employee Position]

Department: [Insert Employee Department]


Performance Improvement Plan


Objective: The purpose of this Performance Improvement Plan is to identify areas where the employee is not meeting expectations and to provide a structured approach to help the employee improve their performance.


Areas of Improvement:


[Insert area of improvement]


Specific examples of performance issues in this area

Explanation of why this area is important to the role and the organization

[Insert area of improvement]


Specific examples of performance issues in this area

Explanation of why this area is important to the role and the organization

[Insert area of improvement]


Specific examples of performance issues in this area

Explanation of why this area is important to the role and the organization


Action Plan:


Define specific goals and expectations for each area of improvement.

Provide training, coaching, and/or mentoring to help the employee improve their performance.

Set regular check-ins to track progress and provide feedback.

Identify consequences if the employee does not show improvement (e.g., termination).

Timeline: The Performance Improvement Plan will be in effect for [Insert length of time, typically 30, 60, or 90 days].


Signatures:


Employee Signature: ______________________ Date: ___________

Supervisor Signature: _____________________ Date: ___________

Human Resources Signature: ________________ Date: ___________


Note: It's important to follow all applicable laws and regulations when developing and implementing a PIP, and to ensure that the plan is fair and objective. You may want to consult with HR or legal professionals to ensure that you are following all relevant policies and procedures.

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