I deal with it by remembering that it is the job that is redundant, not the employee, that is one of the reasons, why, in the UK at least, the employers have to exhaust the possibilities to employ those employees who are affected, elsewhere within the company.
by IHT Farooqui9 years ago
Absenteeism is defined as Absent from the work place without prior information . Some time this causes huges losses to industrial outputs. Absenteeism may be due to poor morale , lack of interest in the assigned work or...
by Grace Marguerite Williams11 months ago
What would you say to a recently terminated/fired employee? What is the MAIN ADVICE you would giveto him/her? Be factual in your response.
by Shil19785 years ago
How To Deal With Employees Who Think They Can Do a Job Better Than You?The ones who project themselves to be the absolute best at everything!!
by Grace Marguerite Williams2 years ago
How is a person who has been FIRED, not downsized nor laid off, from a career considered to bedamaged goods with very few, if any, opportunities of ever being rehired again?
by David Livermore2 years ago
Should an employee bank their time off, or spend it right when they have it available?I have employees who take time off the moment it becomes available to them (either vacation time, PTO, or sick leave). I would...
by Bellamie6 years ago
Washington state is an "AT WILL" state and most employers are under the assumption that they don't have to have a reason to fire an employee. One employer actually told me that he could fire a person...
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