The store that our pharmacist works in is not hitting retail sales target. The area manager has been challenging this underperformance for three months now. There is nothing obvious in business environment within or outwith the pharmacy to explain this drop.
The pharmacist is invited to have a conversation with the area manager. The area manager has a conversation with the pharmacist to highlight that her performance is not up to scratch and that if the drop in results continued she would be marked as ‘underperforming’.
Do you think it is right for pharmacists to be ‘rated’ in this way as under-performing, performing or outstanding?
- Yes 15%
- No 85%
Do you think the three ratings cover the levels of performance of a pharmacist?
- Yes 10%
- No 90%
Is it reasonable for the pharmacist to resign at this stage and make a claim for constructive dismissal?
- Yes 9%
- No 91%