- Mar 9, 2014
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Clearly your love eyes for this dummy is blinding your judgement which is causing you to lash out at others without justification. You should also learn to read as I never said I sack people based purely on a personal nature, that was your dribble and not mine.You clearly do need a lecture on the law, because if you are sacking people due to incidents of a purely personal nature, you are overstepping your authority and it’s only a matter of time until someone sues you. And you’ll deserve it.
My guess is you’re a keyboard CEO and wouldn’t have the authority to sack a potato.
In days gone by it was much easier to remove a bad egg from your staff but due to some employers taking advantage of the laws and acting corruptly, laws have changed to protect workers in a fairer manner. Now you have almost the opposite were it is difficult to remove bad people, but not impossible. HR managers, employment agreements, tribunals, trial periods, reviews, and a multi-tier warning system for the employee all make it harder than just the old fashion way of saying your fired...
However, managing someone out of a job these days is the way to go and all good operations know exactly how if the have a troublesome staff member. Or better still be tougher on your employment screening to begin with and have a no dickhead policy, something the Dogs appear to lack.
BTW, I started working in my own business in 1987 (when you were about 5) and have never employed a potato but thanks for the advice..