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Team up for termination meetings; going solo could trigger lawsuit

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in Discrimination and Harassment,FMLA Guidelines,Human Resources

When terminating an employee, never meet one-on-one. Instead, make sure at least two company representatives are present at all times. The reason? If you meet alone, you give the employee an opportunity to put words in your mouth—words that may end up as evidence against you in court.

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