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Do the employers have the right to ask an employee's resignation because of poor sales ?

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My former's business is in the Pharma industry. Feedbacks from former collegues is that they are being ask to submit a resignation letter because of poor sales. My questions are the following :

1. Is it legal just to ask an employee's poor sales performance ?

2. Does 100% burden falls on the employee ? Supervisor ? Management ?

3. Is the immediate superior performing accordingly ? Does he guides his teammates well ?

4. Where does the performance evaluation goes into the scene ?

5. Which is more important ? An employee who just gives a high sales performance or an employee who gives a good job at the end of the day ?

6. What is the importance of having a Job Description ? Do we follow the norms in the Pharma industry ? Do we follow what is in our JD ? What if the employee does not have a JD ?

7. What is the importance of a performanc evaluation ?


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vane


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what is the status of their employment?

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Di sila nagresign. Di pa binibigay ang incentives of 2012.

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vane


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I mean, are they contractual, probationary or proj based employee?

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Regular sila. 3 to 5 years ang mga tenures

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attyLLL


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the standard to be met is gross and habitual neglect. if they were terminated, the company has to prove the poor sales is due to that.


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Meaning attorney that there is a big role ng management dito ? Di yung aasa lang na benta kaagad ?

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attyLLL


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if the med reps were meticulous in going to the doctors and their other activities, then imo, you cannot fault them for low sales. coverage targets are objective so that should be the standard.


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Correct ka dyan attorney. !"if the med reps were meticulous in going to the doctors and their other activities, then imo, you cannot fault them for low sales. coverage targets are objective so that should be the standard."[i]

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