As a business owner or HR manager, you will inevitably have to terminate employees. Keeping these considerations in mind can help to protect you and your company in the long run.
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Their terminations follow Walmart's "overstaffing" issue to make up for shortages amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Several employees were fired after they circulated an open letter voicing their concerns.
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Tesla disputes the employees' claims, saying they were terminated for performance-related issues.
Warning signs to watch for include an employee who feels entitled or just won't learn.
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Cross-training employees on every job in your organization ensures that you'll never be held "hostage" to a difficult, if skilled, employee.
Communicating with, rather than avoiding, someone who's been terminated helps ease that experience's painful effects.
Good leaders will wisely assess the situation and find the courage to take action following a firing or round of layoffs.
Firing an executive is sure to create anxiety but sometimes you have no alternative except to push past your fears and make a change.
Important points include minimizing the departing staffer's embarrassment -- and keeping an eye on his or her actual departure.
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