Employee Performance Issues and Mental HealthPosted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 1 February 2019
Okay. We have another question here, still on performance issues. “We have an employee whose role is primarily customer service-oriented that’s been displaying behavioural issues in the workplace along the lines of vocalising their frustrations about customers.” Who’s ever done that? “And displaying a rude attitude towards coworkers.” Never come across people like that either.
“This employee has been previously given a formal warning regarding their behaviour, for which a customer complaint was received. This behaviour is impacting on the team with morale and productivity affected. It’s
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