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Chrm Message From: Total Posts: 10 Join Date: 03/12/2013
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 19/11/2015 04:14:27 Points: 50 Location: India
I have been instructed by my senior to put an employee on PIP and draft a letter accordingly to be released to him with an acknowledgement to be taken from him as well.
My manager hesitates to get involved in this and has asked me to take a final call on the draft and release. While I am preparing this letter, few thoughts have crossed my mind like  what is the normal period for an employee to be put on PIP (1-2-3 months), can this be issues without verbal/written performance warning letters, Is there a role to be played by his/her manager in terms of counseling, coaching when the letter is issues to him, and does the labor law have any linkage to not dealing with PIP arrangement fairly?
I look forward to your guidance on this matter.
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