Our expert says:
It's allowed, but usually not wise at all. Is he possibly justified in any way in suggesting that there are ways in which your performance is not matching up to others, and should improve ? As I understand the law, he is duty bound, if he identifies anything significant lacking in your performance, not to merely complain, but to make helpful suggestions about improving it, including providing further training to enable you to improve your performance. Purely negative criticism is improper and useless.
Why not check with your HR Dept and or the Dept of Labour, for advice on this ?
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