If there’s one thing we’ve learned since March 2020, it’s that remote work isn’t the same as office work. It can feel that everything has changed, and now that many businesses are turning to a hybrid model, the confusion starts again. For instance, if someone is struggling, does that mean they should be in the office 100 percent?
Here are some answers to questions you may have about handling performance issues when working with a remote or hybrid workforce.
Does the performance improvement plan we had in place before remote work still work?
This depends on what your process was before. Generally, managers and HR work together to write performance improvement plans, and that should still happen. It can be a bit more complex when people aren’t together, but it’s important to have an HR hand in the performance improvement plan (PIP) process. You want PIPs to be consistent across the organization, and this can help.
To keep reading, click here: Performance Improvement Plans for a Hybrid Workforce