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Old 11-09-2012, 11:17   #64
devildog2067
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Originally Posted by Slug71 View Post
With the way the economy is, I think employees should at least be given a verbal and/or written warning before being terminated and have the chance to 'fix' whatever the issue may be.
Nope.

What if my issue is "I can't make payroll this month unless I fire someone"?

What if the issue is "the employee is creeping out my customers"?

Employees can quit and employers can fire them. That's an equal balance of power. No reason to mess with it.
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