As an employer, you can terminate any employee you want, any time that you want. You don’t have to give them notice. You don’t need a reason. That’s called “Employment at Will.”
If you follow a good Progressive Discipline, then you are much less likely to end up in court. This process can help you identify training gaps, recruiting mistakes, improve employee retention, and even help to improve employee performance.
Let’s face it, no one likes to get fired, and it can be very expensive to recruit a replacement. In our online course for managers and supervisors, we help you learn how to develop an effective Progressive Discipline Procedure that will help you improve your bottom line.
Managers will learn keys to communicate throughout the five steps in the Progressive Discipline Process and the critical importance of documenting performance to avoid unpleasant and unnecessary conflict or confusion.
So contact us today to get started!