In infographic form, here are Compli’s best practices for dealing with employee terminations in a systematic approach that protects both your company culture and your bottom line. Whether you’re gearing up to give an employee the bad news or considering how your organization can reduce legal risk far in advance of any issue, terminations are never easy to think about. What documentation do you need to prepare before and after telling someone they’re fired? How do you ensure an employee has everything they need to know without dragging out a deeply unpleasant conversation? What’s the best way to avoid a wrongful termination claim?
If you’re an employer asking these questions, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve put together an infographic that highlights all the major steps of the termination process. Take a moment to look over Compli’s recommended practices for dealing with employee terminations in a systematic approach that protects both your company culture and your bottom line.
And if you’re looking for further guidance about any of the steps laid out here—you guessed it, we can provide that, too. Here on the Compli blog, we recently wrapped up our 4-part series on avoiding wrongful termination claims. Check out the links below for in-depth information about each moment in the termination process:
- Wrongful Termination: Protect Yourself BEFORE There’s An Issue
- What to Do When Considering Termination
- The Dreaded Termination Meeting: How to Do It Right
- Best Practices for Termination: What to Do After Saying “You’re Fired”
You can find even more of Compli’s termination-related articles and resources here.
And finally, because we’re feeling extra generous today, here’s a link to download our free Termination Best Practices ebook!