Go ahead and pull the plug. This is a worry-free decision, right? Not so fast, as a new court ruling shows. First, you better make sure the previous documentation was written by an unbiased supervisor. This begs the timely question: “Who can you trust any more?”
Case in Point: Eileen Lanahan was an administrative worker for a local government in Nevada. Her supervisor, Jerry Boyd, repeatedly disciplined Lanahan for alleged performance issues, including attendance problems and failing to follow through on work assignments. Eventually, Boyd suspended Lanahan for three days for alleged tardiness, falsification of time records and dishonesty.
It didn’t stop th...(register to read more)