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Firing People

The 10 commandments of termination meetings, where one or many are fired, come only after you have completed a termination checklist; you have played out the reason for termination.

If it was for performance, do documents support you? If it was for attendance was the employee aware of the policy? Were any of the absences excused under the #ADA. Are there potential claims by the employee and how would they play out? Do you have all the documents in order to defend against claims and reduce the risk of lawsuits?


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