HR bees – Help!

posted 3 years ago in Career
Post # 3
15011 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

I’ve had to fire people as a boss. Type up exactly the offense and the action being taken. There are forms for this online if you need one. Call her in first thing when she comes in. Make sure you have a witness there. Tell her what’s going on and give her a copy of the termination papers. Make sure she signs it along with yourself and the witness. Copy for your records and one for her. If she has to clean out her desk or anything, make sure someone is there to witness and escort her out. 

You have to do this right away because she is a liability to your company. Should she do something like this again you could be open to suit for knowing and not doing it. You can’t leave her around on notice as people can be vindictive and do a lot of harm in the interim. 



Sorry your having to do this, it totally sucks for everyone involved. 




Post # 4
2562 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

If you took out the holidays and her personal life (which has NOTHING to do with her job) would you still need to terminate her?

Because, in that case – IMO – it needs to happen.

I’m not an HR bee, so that’s all I’ve got. :

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