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What to do if You've Been Put on a Performance Improvement Plan
What to do if You've Been Put on a Performance Improvement Plan

A performance improvement plan (PIP) is often used as a way for employers to give employees an opportunity to succeed, while still holding them responsible for their past performance. For employees, however, a PIP is often seen as something to fear in the workplace. While ...

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