Investigating Complaints of Discrimination After a Negative Performance EvaluationJul 06, 2021
Your company conducts an annual or monthly performance evaluation. There is one employee believes you are “targeting” him or picking on him or holding him to a higher standard because of a protected class.
Despite the employers best efforts to implement a fair evaluation system and ensure that managers apply performance standards consistently, employees may complain that their evaluations were unfair or inaccurate for discriminatory reasons.
This actually happens all the time, and is a tricky situation. Listen for more information on how the employer can conduct a proper investigation and take steps to help ensure proper protection.
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