Performance Improvement Plan a Fraud? – Here’s 12 Clear Indicators
Sklover Working Wisdom
DECEMBER 28, 2016
Are others being given credit for your accomplishments? Here are but a few examples: (a) not mentioning that you were given a special assignment that took up half of your time; (b) not mentioning that all other producers had four assistants, while you were assigned only one; (c) not mentioning that you were on maternity leave for four months of the 12-month measurement period. Goals without Measurable Metrics.” “Corrupt politicians make the other 10 percent look bad.”.