Reviewing the termination process


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Reviewing the termination process

To begin, let's start by clearly focusing on one very important fact. Employee termination should be viewed as a process, not a simple event. The actual act of firing someone is only one of several steps you'll want to consider in order to make the separation as effective as possible. There's a lot to consider, and most of it begins long before the actual meeting where the employee is given the news. It all starts with clear work rules and policies. I don't wish to encourage excessive bureaucracy, but basic work rules and regulations should be clear, formal, made accessible to employees, and consistently applied across employees.

Non-existent or sloppy policies are often a problem later when you wish to terminate an employee. Next is the ongoing process of observing and documenting performance. As a leader, you're always collecting data, because data is the backbone of your future decisions, including terminations. If you'd like a more lengthy discussion of how this is done, you might...

Reviewing the termination process
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Reviewing the termination process provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Todd Dewett as part of the Letting an Employee Go

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