Today, it’s more important than ever for employers to be on firm legal footing when firing employees or taking other disciplinary action. A sloppy or unfair firing could put you at significant risk if a disgruntled employee turns around and files a lawsuit.
Whether taking notes during a counseling session, creating a written warning or drafting a final termination notice, you should take the view that any documentation could someday be used as evidence for, or against, you.
This e-guide will walk you through
the technicalities of legally sound terminations (including proper documentation) so you can handle firings with confidence and clarity,
from start to finish.