Addressing employee performance can be tough even for experienced managers. And when a situation calls for termination, the anxiety escalates – as does the legal risk. This course covers everything from documenting performance problems to what to say (and what notto say) during a termination meeting. In the end, you can proceed with confidence knowing you are serving the company’s best interest and staying within the limits of the law.
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The COVID-19 pandemic is creating unprecedented challenges for employers. As quickly as new legislation is being passed to address the impact of … Read more
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In more “normal,” pre-COVID times, your business probably had a process for creating and conducting employee performance reviews. But with more companies … Read more
Addressing employee behavioral issues can be tricky, but firing an employee without warning is never wise. In most cases, a “progressive discipline” … Read more
Firing employees is never an easy or comfortable undertaking for managers. It requires careful thought and actions to avoid complications and the … Read more
The concept of “free time” is an unfamiliar luxury for most small business owners — especially those who favor antiquated paper systems … Read more
When it comes to terminating employees, it should be clear that you can’t fire someone for discriminatory reasons, including age, race, religion, … Read more
Deciding whether to fire an employee is rarely simple. You must weigh numerous personnel and business factors, as well as review every … Read more
You’ve taken the proper steps to document an employee’s poor performance. But when you ask the employee to sign the disciplinary notice, he … Read more
You may have heard that annual reviews are losing favor as a way to manage employee performance. But employee performance reviews are still … Read more
Done right, performance reviews can help employees improve and drive your company toward greater success. But if handled poorly, they can have … Read more
Most managers would prefer to never have to discipline their employees. But people are people, with their own agendas, issues and challenges. … Read more
When it comes to managing employee performance, many businesses miss the mark. Here’s why: They put all their focus on the annual … Read more
Lack of solid documentation is the single most common mistake employers make when handling discipline or terminations. What if you need to … Read more
Disciplining employees and making termination decisions are challenging for any manager. Make the wrong decision, and you could be a risk of … Read more
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