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How to Lay Off Employees

How to Lay Off Employees

Laying off employees can be a legal challenge in some cases. It is important to learn the legal law concerning laying off employees. If an employee is illegally terminated the issue could land in a court of law. Some employees, depending on the situation, are entitled to severance pay and other rights. If done correctly, […]

How to Destroy your Employees' Morale

How to Destroy your Employees’ Morale

Being in a place of power and authority, as a manager or administrator, can sometimes lead to false notions, leading to inappropriate attitude and bad practices. Inconsiderate attitude in leading employees leads to destruction of their morale. Be uncommunicative.  One false notion is that employees should only be told what is to be done and […]

How to Undergo Capability Dismissal on Your Employees

How to Undergo Capability Dismissal on Your Employees

Employees do not have protection against being unfairly dis­missed (other than on grounds of race or sex discrimination and trade union membership and activities) until they have been employed for a year or, in the case of companies employ­ing no more than 20 people or people who began work on or after 1 June 1985, […]

How to Undergo Constructive Dismissal For Your Employees

How to Undergo Constructive Dismissal For Your Employees

The definition of dismissal includes the situation in which an employee is entitled to walk out of his job, without giving notice (whether or not he actually gives notice), because of his employer’s conduct. This is known as constructive dismissal, and entitles the employee to claim that he has been unfairly dis­missed. The history of […]

How to Handle Unfair Dismissal for Your Employees

How to Handle Unfair Dismissal for Your Employees

The most contentious area of law as far as small businesses are concerned is perhaps the requirement that employees should not be unfairly dismissed. Stories abound which purport to show that no one can be dismissed without employers paying a stiff penalty. For instance, opponents of the law cite one case in which it was […]