How To Fire An Employee – Part II

Friday, 29 July 2016 12:27

Last week I talked about how to terminate an employee in my blog How To Fire An Employee.  This week, I want to cover the logistical steps to take after you have had the termination conversation with the employee.

To Review or Not Review...Why Is That The Question?

The great HR debate has resurfaced. Should a company conduct formal employee performance reviews or should they provide employees with on-going feedback? Many are opting to do away with the formal reviews and develop a system of on-going feedback instead. I have to say I have never understood what the fuss is all about. Why do you have to choose?

“Everybody loves Tony. He has been with the family business for years and is a great guy. Over the last several months, however, his job performance was slipping. He has been coming in late and when he is here, he isn’t performing at the expected level. He misses deadlines, forgets about meetings with customers, and is irritable. I have talked to him and told him that he needs to turn it around. I didn’t document anything because, well, you know, it was Tony. I think I have to fire him. What should I do?”

Attitude Matters

Thursday, 11 December 2014 15:39

“A bad attitude is like a flat tire. If you don’t change it you’ll never go anywhere.”
-- Unknown

Several laws were passed in Colorado during its latest session. Here is a recap:

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