Remedial Measures for Improving the Poor Performance of Employees in it Sector

T.S. Aarathy and Dr.D. Venkatarama Raju

Poor performing employees is a universal phenomenon which comprises about 5-10 percent of employees at the work place. In any organisation, when the issue of poor performing employees arises, the manager is always the person responsible for employees poor performance. Here the study is conducted with the help of primary data collected from eighty five employees of IT sector using convenience sampling method. Findings of the study revealed that poor performers can be improved by providing additional support, repeated work assignment, clearly defined goals and providing employees, a positive impact in work place.

Volume 11 | Issue 1

Pages: 371-373