Have You Been Put on an Unreasonable and Unnecessary Performance Plan?
The term “performance improvement plan” (or PIP) is feared among sales employees. If you have received a performance improvement plan from your employer, you are likely worried about losing your job if you do not meet the expectations outlined in the plan. At Sterling Employment Law, our Detroit performance improvement plan attorneys encourage you to closely examine your PIP and your employer’s motives.
Don’t lose your job based on an unrealistic and unnecessary performance improvement plan. Get knowledgeable advice from a reputable and experienced employment law attorney. Call our law firm at 888-486-6305 if you are concerned about a PIP.
Ensure That Your Employer Is Evaluating Your Performance Fairly
The sales industry is unique. Though your employer might use certain percentages and quotas, many factors above and beyond sales numbers, such as territory, should be considered when evaluating performance.
At Sterling Employment Law, we don’t shy away from the courtroom. Our lawyers know how to aggressively represent sales employees, and we have the successful track record to prove it.
Performance Improvement Plans and Discrimination
Unreasonable performance improvement plans show up many times in cases of age, race, sex and other forms of discrimination. If an employer wants to oust an employee for an unjust reason, it may attempt to do it under the guise of a performance improvement plan.
Contact Our Attorneys for Help With PIPs and Age Discrimination Claims
If you have suspicions regarding age or other forms of discrimination and are facing an unreasonable PIP, seek advice from our employment discrimination lawyers. Contact us online or call 888-486-6305 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your situation.