Underperforming employees can affect the bottom line and negatively impact a workplace culture. You may have reached a point where terminating an unsatisfactory team member’s employment becomes necessary. However, terminating an employee is not simple and you must manage the process so that the ex-employee does not have grounds for an unfair dismissal claim.
This article outlines what is unfair dismissal, the difference between poor performance and misconduct, and provides strategies to protect employers from an unfair dismissal claim.
The How to avoid an Unfair Dismissal Claim for a Poor Performing Employee
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