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This month we helped an HR Manager solve the story of the Maddening Mystery. Every morning for weeks, the chalkboard in the employee break room would be covered with Bible verses, and each morning the HR manager would go in and erase them. The company had a policy prohibiting proselytizing at work. Who was responsible for writing on the chalkboard? What did the HR manager do? ReadMaddening Mystery to find out.
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Every company has one, a difficult employee to deal with. They are late, insubordinate, poor performers, and well…just bad! To add insult to injury, you attempt to discipline this employee by writing her up. During your discussion, the employee exclaims, "I'm not signing that, it’s not true and I don't agree with it!"How should you handle this issue?
A. You stop the meeting and shred the write up. What’s the point, she won’t sign it.
B. Terminate the employee for not signing the write up. That’s insubordination.
C. Write in “Refused to Sign” and the date on the employee signature line. The disciplinary action is valid and in force.
View the answer.
Wait! Don't Terminate!
At least not until you've read this training.
Don’t terminate unless you are prepared. Being prepared for a termination requires thinking ahead, being organized, and making sure everything is documented. Read this month's manager training to learn the five must follow questions to ask yourself beforeterminating an employee.
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