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Few managers complete their careers without having to terminate a subordinate. This is a task that sometimes must be performed and must be accomplished with consummate skill and sensitivity. Many managers have no idea how to properly conduct a termination. This lack of knowledge puts the manager and the employer at risk. You will learn: The four management goals in a termination The seven types of termination The four legitimate reasons for termination Examples of employee misconduct or poor performance Alternatives to employee termination The seven specific steps to employee termination How to document the previous disciplinary actions taken that lead to the decision to terminate To review the facts that will help you determine whether or not to attempt to rehabilitate or terminate a non-performing employee How to keep your boss and the HR representative informed of the actions taken or to be taken What to communicate and not communicate to remaining staff members regarding the termination of the co-worker

Seminar Mgmt 202

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