One of the biggest challenges manufacturers face is dealing with employees who are dishonest, non-team players or poor performers. At some point, after unsuccessfully training, coaching and trying to change the employee’s behavior, the relationship between the staff member and the company must cease.
Although the best way to avoid the termination trap is better hiring, there are no guarantees in screening for the perfect employees. Sometimes, despite all the training, coaching and discipline, an employee may fail to meet expectations. And sometimes business conditions are such that termination is necessary, and good employees must be fired. When this happens, the fastest end to the relationship is the fairest to both the staff member and the company.
Release Time: 2020-03-12 01:44:44
A well-prepared termination-plan helps avoid lawsuits and discrimination claims from former employees.