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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

How to Fire Your Employee

Firing employees is a difficult task - not just for the employee, but for the employer as well. Take a look at this clip to see how it can be easily:

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Boris said...

How can you make employee feels good about himself after firing? He/she will feel dismissed and refused anyway.
Except maybe case when you give him/her another job position immediately.
But such procedure is not called "firing" yet.

bw_evans said...

"firing" is different from "laid-off", and I believe is legally defined. To have been fired means you have broken corporate rules and been warned several times, and continue to do the actions which result in termination.
If this is the case, the "easy" thing to do is to inform the person face-to-face of the reasons (perhaps with security present, certainly with another person present), and inform them of what will happen and then do it.

"laid-off" is different - the company decided to reduce the head count and you were one of them. Yes, it is emotionally difficult, but in this case, the company can do many things to ease the pain, if they are smart.

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