Improperly handled employee terminations are often the cause of lawsuits and other difficult problems. As a result, managers and business owners often find that terminating an employee is hugely stressful. However, handling the situation professionally will help you maintain business continuity and may even result in better service for your client. Most of the rules are common-sense oriented, but make sure to review your company handbook just in case.
Things You'll Need
- Employee file, including termination letter
- Date of employee termination
- Contact information of employee's clients