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Not Doing Enough Work

Not doing enough work refers to the problem of quantity rather than quality. This section refers to such problems as:

  1. the case of an advisor who does good advising but only sees half as many students as another successful advisor, or
  2. the case of a secretary whose disorganized style results in a lower quantity of work.

See the attendance-related section if you feel the lack of quantity is a result of attendance related problems. If an employee is not producing at the level you desire consider the following steps of action.

Suggested actions

If the situation still exists, begin the progressive discipline process.



Page updated: 26 July 2002
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