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Stories abound in the media of disgruntled employees who, after being terminated, lash out at their employers and coworkers in violent ways. That’s why it’s so important to follow a plan of action during a termination meeting.
Here are some tips on how to minimize violence during these difficult situations:
Terminations: A Complete Guide for California Employers
Whether it’s a termination (for violent behavior or other reasons), constructive discharge, layoff, or forced resignation, ending an employment relationship is a legal minefield that you should navigate only after careful consideration and adequate preparation.
Knowing when to terminate an employee is just as important as knowing how to terminate an employee. Even though most employment relationships are “at-will,” meaning you can terminate the employee at any time, what you say and do during the employment relationship can significantly impact how you must treat employees before letting them go.
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Terminations: A Complete Guide for California Employers covers everything you need to know about both voluntary and involuntary separations, including:
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