How to Protect Yourself When You Fire Someone

How to Protect Yourself When You Fire Someone Avatar Posted by MMarquit under Legal
From http://www.ddiy.co 1026 days ago
Made Hot by: businessluv on April 24, 2013 11:48 am
Most entrepreneurs don’t enjoy firing people, but it can be a necessary part of the job. For those unfortunate times when it’s necessary, here’s how to legally protect yourself when firing someone.



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Written by tiroberts
1023 days ago

It's hard being fired or laid off from a job that you actually enjoy. I've never been fired from a job that I actually wanted to stay doing so I can't say that I've experienced the heartbreak that some employees do. Thanks for sharing this insightful piece with our community.

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Written by tcamba
1025 days ago

Firing an employee is not a pleasant experience. Very painful for the person who is being dismissed. Thank you for the practical, useful post. By being prepared, things can be smoother.



Written by logistico
1026 days ago

As an employee, being fired from your job is a heartbreak especially when you are not warned first. Those ways work well in firing an employee. Nice post!



Written by bigmoneyweb
1025 days ago

Exactly my mind but firing someone who has contributed a lot to a company without rewarding the person for those years he or she has worked is another heart breaking.



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