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Terminations by Peter R. Garber

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— Introduction —

Supervisors have many difficult responsibilities that they must face every day on the job. One of the most difficult responsibilities is when it becomes necessary to terminate an employee. Terminating an employee is something that no one ever really wants to do, but unfortunately does sometimes become necessary.

What we are talking about are involuntary terminations when an employee is told that he or she no longer has a job with the company or organization. This type of termination is different than when someone decides to leave on his or her own or even when there is a need to reduce jobs due to economic conditions. Involuntary terminations occur because the employee has done something that makes this severe employment action ...

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