Performance Improvement Plans
Have you received a Performance Improvement Plan from your employer or do you expect to receive one? If your answer to one of these questions is yes, you should be concerned about your future employment. You could be terminated by your employer, in the near future, if you do not meet the performance goals in your plan. These plans are considered by some employers as last chance agreements before termination, probation or final warning status. This could be the beginning of your end with your employer.
If you have received a Performance Improvement Plan or think you will receive one, we can counsel you behind the scenes on how to respond to it and create a record to help you keep your job or give you more leverage to obtain a severance package if you leave your employer. Based on our experience, many employees do not seek legal counsel and think they can resolve this problem. However, after a short time, they are terminated and receive minimal severance pay or no severance.
If you feel that you will receive a Performance Improvement Plan or have received a Performance Improvement Plan, please call us at (312) 291-4628 or contact us online to discuss your options.