Performance Management policy

Performance Management policy

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated February 2, 2021
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

A Performance Management Policy is an important HR document used to outline your business expectations of employees performance. Customisable and ready for use in minutes.

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Document Overview

A Performance Management Policy sets out the policies and procedures that your business follows in relation to employee performance management. This document provides you with a simple way to clarify how your business manages performance reviews, unsatisfactory performance and employee progression. 

Use this Performance Management Policy if:

  • Your business would like to inform employees about important performance management procedures. 

What does the Performance Management Policy cover?

  • Managing for performance;

  • Managing unsatisfactory performance; and

  • Disciplinary action. 

Other names for Performance Management Policy include:

  • Review of Performance Policy; and

  • Performance Review Policy.

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