So you have a person you want to terminate from your company. There is no doubt about it, the person is a drag on the morale and many are complaining. Even after a few conversations their job performance is poor with no signs of improvement. Should you just up and fire them?!!

Terminating employee’s today is risky business. If there is any doubt in how to handle this situation watch this video because Harvester Steve Cesare, Ph.D., is going to offer some great advice to, “keep you out of trouble”.

As always we hope this knowledge helps you to, Harvest Your Potential!

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Bill Arman

Bill Arman

worked for and helped grow one of the biggest landscape outfits in the country. He’s seen how the big boys do it, how their systems and structures work. So his know-how is rooted in recruiting, hiring, training and growing great people—that along with quality assurance. Bill, alone, has gone on 15,000 quality site visits in his career. Nobody else has that, not that we know of anyway. He received Lawn and Landscape/ Bayer Environmental Science's 2006 Leadership Award. Read Bill's full bio.

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I know it’s touchy but retainers are usually beyond the means of your average landscape employee. And lawyers wouldn’t touch these types of cases on contingency.

Documenting rules just to be on the safe side.

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