You're not the one being fired. So why are you staying up at night worrying about it?
You know you're firing for just cause. But if a discharged employee can prove you fired him for an illegal reason, prepare to write a large check to him as well as your attorney.
Now you can discover how to make employment laws work for you, not for the workers you fire for cause.
It’s your duty to fire underperforming employees so your organization can thrive. It’s simply a necessary part of your job. But even if you have documented poor performance and given verbal and written warnings, you may still be hesitant to fire the chronically absent worker, the employee who is abusing FMLA leave or the one who simply isn’t measuring up.
You know that firing anyone – no matter how blatantly incompetent or undependable – puts you at severe risk of being sued.
You may have heard horror stories about the multimillion-dollar lawsuits brought against employers by fired workers. You may have even been burned before. You may simply be hesitating to take action because you’re picturing your potentially fired employee kicking back at home with a glass of iced tea and calling one employment lawyer after another to see which one will help him bring the biggest lawsuit against you.
Time was, HR professionals and bosses could fire when necessary. But workers’ “rights” have gotten out of hand. Entire classes of people are virtually untouchable. Fire any member of a protected “minority” and you could easily be forced to spend thousands in legal costs to defend yourself against undeserved discrimination charges.
We think this is a gross injustice. After all, the employer takes all the risks … works the long hours … and gets the ulcers. So if a worker isn’t pulling his weight, you should have the right to fire him – no questions asked.
We feel so strongly about this that we’ve mounted a campaign to show employers how to reassert the right fire at will. From now on, you’ll be able to tell lazy, ineffective workers to shape up or ship out – with no risk of winding up in court. By keeping the 20% of the staff that does 80% of the work, employers can slash overhead and add productive workers as needed.
It’s all in our top-selling report, Fire at Will: Terminating Your Employees Legally. We are now releasing this invaluable “boss’s rights manual” to HR professionals and executives across the country.
In Fire at Will: Terminating Your Employees Legally, you’ll learn about:
The truth is, there are ways to get rid of employees in almost any situation. The trick is how you do it. Fire at Will: Terminating Your Employees Legally gives you the simple techniques that give you an unassailable legal position.
And once you’ve cleared out the clock-watchers and whiners, you’ll be ready to replenish your ranks with honest, hard-working team members.
This 68-page Special Report is packed with essential information, including everything our employment-law experts could think of to put you on a straight course to compliance and keep you out of the courtroom. You’ll thoroughly explore the ins and outs of the law.
And while we’ve concentrated on legalities, the material is put forth in direct, plain English, fully covering these critical subjects:
Instead, start looking forward to bringing in the productive, dedicated workers you need to make your organization thrive!
P.S. Remember, there's absolutely no risk. If you don't see how you can fire for just cause worry-free, we'll refund your entire purchase price – no questions asked – and you'll have no further obligation.
P.P.S. You do NOT have to be at the mercy of employees who aren’t carrying their weight. Get your copy of Fire at Will: Terminating Your Employees Legally today and take firm control of your own workforce! From now on, you’ll be able to staff your organization with the best employees you can find without fearing you’ll wind up in front of a judge.