ou will eventually need to terminate an employee if you own a business. If you are not careful, you will do it the wrong way. This can go spectacularly badly–just ask Vishal Garg if you’re not sure. His Zoom meeting to fire 900 people resulted in a media superstorm and him taking a leave of absence.
But if you don’t terminate people often or don’t have experts on staff to help you through it, you may inadvertently make some of these mistakes.
Fortunately, Stuart Silverman, who runs his own law firm as a Labor & Employment Law, Litigation, Corporate & Business Law Attorney, wrote ten commandments for terminations. Here are his rules, with my explanations of how they help your business do effective and fair terminations.
Please note, this is a checklist for the termination and not for determining who you will terminate.
To keep reading, click here: The 10 Commandments of Employee Terminations