Poor Performing Federal Employees: Trends and Responses

Kelvin Schneider (Editor)

Series: Business Issues, Competition and Entrepreneurship
BISAC: BUS097000



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Federal agencies’ ability to address poor performance has been a long-standing issue. Employees and agency leaders share a perception that more needs to be done to address poor performance, as even a small number of poor performers can affect agencies’ capacity to meet their missions. This book describes and compares avenues for addressing poor performance; describes issues that can affect an agency’s response to poor performance; determines trends in how agencies have resolved cases of poor performance since 2004; and assesses the extent to which OPM provides guidance that agencies need to address poor performance.

(Imprint: Nova)


Federal Workforce: Improved Supervision and Better Use of Probationary Periods Are Needed to Address Substandard Employee Performance
(United States Government Accountability Office)

Addressing Poor Performers and the Law
(U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board)


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