A manager’s guide to handling poor performance One of the biggest challenges for most employers is handling underperforming staff. Tolerating poor performance not only means that the business is (over) paying for work and potentially failing to deliver what its customers and clients expect, it also has an impact on the morale of the employees… Read more
Contributor: Greg Campbell
Greg is a Partner in the Mishcon de Reya Employment Department with a practice that covers both contentious and non-contentious employment law. He acts for employers, both UK and international, and for senior executives. Greg has particular expertise in the financial services sector where he has been involved in numerous bonus disputes and regulatory issues. He regularly features in the press and is frequently quoted as an expert in his field, in national and international news. Greg has extensive experience of acting on matters in both the Employment Tribunal and High Court.
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The Financial Reporting Council (“FRC”) is responsible for developing the Corporate Governance Rules for the 1,300 largest companies in the UK. Executive remuneration has been a hot topic for many years, most particularly in the banking sector, but the FRC’s proposed new rules mark a decisive attempt to move executive remuneration in the plc sector… Read more