There is a lot to be said on how you terminate an employee. Information on exit interviews, what to say, and not say can be pretty extensive. One important tip is to have someone else other than the person firing in the room, preferably an outside person. Many wrongful termination lawsuits bring up the conversation right before termination, and having an accurate and possibly unbiased account of that exchange can save you from a judgement against your company.
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Post by: Nasir Pasha, Esq.
Managing attorney and co-host of podcast Legally Sound | Smart Business