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There are many reasons why a business owner might want to let someone go. If you have recently found yourself in this predicament, you may be wondering how you should proceed. While you may have perfectly legitimate reasons for terminating an employee, they will most likely be upset if you do. They may even be convinced you should not have fired them.
Before you take any action, it is important to determine if you would be breaking any laws by firing a troublesome employee. It’s important to understand if they would have a strong case should they decide to sue you.
Naturally, as an employer, you have no intention of acting illegally. You may even feel there’s a legitimate reason behind your actions. Your attorney can help you determine whether terminating your employee will be legal or not.
You might be terminating someone wrongfully if:
Firing them would amount to a breach of your employment contract with them.You… Read More