No one enjoys terminating a problematic employee, but it comes with the territory of managing a business. As uncomfortable as … Read more
Disciplining employees and making termination decisions are challenging for any manager. Make the wrong decision, and you could be a risk of a lawsuit.
Asking yourself key questions can help. These questions can help you determine if you have a good reason for termination or if another action may be more fitting.
Make the wrong decision, and you could be a risk of a lawsuit.
Do you have an employee who violated a company rule? Before firing the employee, consider the following questions:
If an employee isn’t performing up to company standards, Ask yourself these questions before disciplining for poor employee performance.
If you’re not sure you should fire an employee, or if you believe the reasons for termination are open to misinterpretation, it’s a good idea to consult with your HR manager or even an attorney. But one good option when you’re on the fence is a “last-chance” agreement.
This is where the employee agrees in writing that he or she must improve performance or conform to the appropriate conduct or there will be further negative consequences. It gives the employee one final chance to meet company standards.
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