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You recently instituted a "No Smoking" policy in the facility. All employees were notified of the policy change. It was not well-received. As you walk down aisle B in the warehouse, you see a cloud of smoke and then see Chris running to aisle A. You need to talk to Chris.
*Based on the scenario above prepare a performance management plan and the feedback you would deliver to the employee, following the steps listed below, in order:
1. Describe the real issue, and explain what the most difficult aspect of discerning the issue is for you.
2. Describe your goal, and explain the performance management plan you believe is most appropriate for the scenario, including corrective actions, outcomes, and potential benefits.
3. Explain what temptation you, as the HR employee relations specialist, are most likely to face and how you will resist it.
4. Explain basic performance feedback practices, such as:
. Obtaining permission from the employee to engage in the discussion.
. Choosing the best time to deliver the feedback.
. Selecting the place for the conversation.
5. Consider what you would say to the employee, and write the script for your negative feedback. Ensure that your script includes:
. The real issue.
. Your goal.
. A brief explanation of how a performance management plan would address the issue.
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The action or the habit of inhaling and exhaling the smoke of a tobacco product or a drug is known as smoking. Smoking has been greatly criticised by the doctors and environmentalists as it has some serious harmful effects targeted at the health and our environment.
Smoking is considered as a bad habit and unethical because it not only causes health related issue to the smoker but also to the passive smokers (the people who are in the vicinity of the smoker while he is smoking).
Smoking has been banned by many government institutions and some serious penalties have been targeted towards the citizens who do not abide by the law and smoke openly in public places. The penalty to smokers may include heavy fines or even jail time in some cases.