How to Legally Terminate People With Attitude Problems overview:You know them all too well. The employee whom everyone dreads working with. The one with an attitude that’s infecting your whole team. They’re sapping morale … productivity is declining … and work is just plain miserable. You dread having to deal with this employee.
But your hands seem tied—it’s not like the employee is tardy, absent or stealing. How can you fire an employee over an attitude problem? You keep trying counseling and discipline sessions. In the end, you carry the extra baggage of employees who simply refuse to shape up!
Learn how to terminate problem employees—so you don’t lose your top employees
Dealing with employees who have bad attitudes is critical for you and your team. You know that people will only work in a negative environment for so long before they start looking elsewhere. You need to do something, and you need to do it fast!
Attend this Webinar and learn exactly what it takes to build your case against employees with attitude problems. You’ll learn how to dismiss a worker whose personality grates on everyone’s nerves … how to document negative attitudes … and how to legally protect yourself when firing an employee.
The key learning points from your 60-minute agenda:
- How the courts define insubordination
- What attitude situations you can and can’t fire over
- 3 tips that’ll tell you when an employee must be fired
- What to say when letting go of employees who are liars, manipulators, hotheads, know-it-alls and more!
- The most effective way to confront workers who won’t admit they have an attitude problem
- The one time when it’s legally smarter not to fire troublemakers
- How to take the guilt out of firing an employee with an attitude problem