Learn the proper procedures to exercise your right to fire at will, lay the groundwork with progressive discipline, avoid wrongful termination lawsuits, and conduct termination meetings.
These days, it’s much harder to get rid of a problem employee. Workers are more aware of their rights under the law—and they’re more likely to seek the advice of an attorney if they think they’ve been wronged by their employer. The result: A lot of workers are getting even by suing their employers for wrongful discharge or discrimination.
Use this guide to learn how to fire an employee the legal way and avoid any issues.
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