Poor Performance and Who is to Blame
September 16, 2015
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Tim Muma
Tim Muma
Senior Marketing Coordinator and Radio Host, LocalJobNetwork.com

When it comes to important workplace topics, employee performance ranks near the top. However, when someone is performing poorly, who should actually be blamed for it? Tina Hallis, founder of The Positive Edge, tells Tim Muma it's not always as simple as it might seem. Depending on the situation at hand, there could be a few people who need to share the blame and look to improve moving forward.

Podcast Series: Employment Notebook
Employment Notebook explores various topics of interest to those seeking new employment and employed individuals. Expertise and real-life experiences are shared to help employees and managers achieve success in the workplace.