A Work Performance Policy (Level 3)

Written By: T. Pascal Brown

Description: An article about a work performance policy
Instructions: Read the following sentences and answer the questions or fill in the spaces.

Most companies have a policy on work performance. Work performance means working hard or diligently at all times. Doing your best, making as few errors as possible and endeavouring to always do your upmost at work in your performance. Here is an example of a work performance policy:

Work Performance Policy
Top performance is expected from all staff at all times.

Job Standards
The standard of work performance required of all staff is high. The standard expected from you in your position will be explained to you by your Manager. Unsatisfactory performance of your duties includes incompetence and negligence.

Expected standards of performance are provided when you first join the Company and are then constantly confirmed throughout your employment. This takes place through:

  1. Formal and informal discussion with your Manager
  2. At the Performance Appraisals
  3. At any Disciplinary Meeting you may be required to attend.

If you are unsure about the standards of work performance required of you, ask your Team Manager or Manager.