About to fire an employee? Hold on just one second. Terminating an employee is very costly to an organization. Loss of production, recruitment, training, lost sales, and onboarding costs are just some of the expenses that an organization has to endure when dealing with employee turnover.
The fact that an employee isn't meeting your expectations may not be their problem; instead, it may be yours.
- As a manager the process of terminating an employee is an opportunity for some self-reflection.
- It is a time to analyze how you got to this point and how can you reduce the chance of it happening again.
- Learn some of the key questions any employer should ask before letting an employee go in the hopes that you may stop or reduce unnecessary terminations in the future.
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