How to Fire: A Fair, Effective Way to Resolve Difficult Personnel Issues
The prospect of having to fire an employee is never an easy thing to do. But often owners and managers err on the side of allowing underperforming or problem employees to hang around way too long.
This short and to the point course will show you and your managers an effective way to give underachieving team members ample opportunity to correct their behavior and get back on track. However, if the issue isn't resolved in a timely manner, you'll learn the rationale for letting them go in a timely manner and how do conduct the final discussion in a respectful, effective way.
RestaurantOwner.com Course: How to Fire: A Fair, Effective Way to Resolve Difficult Personnel Issues0.0833 hour(s)
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