As a manager, the most daunting task that you have to face while operating a business or running an organization is to fire an employee. Really firing someone from your company is never a pleasant act, but when you have down performers in your team, you can’t waste the resources such as time and money by keeping them go.
In general, employees are terminated by considering anyone reason from the several reasons that include violating company HR policies, downsizing, poor work performance, viewing pornographic videos at work place, stealing the company property or passing on the key client’s information of company to other business people. In any of these above stated situations, the employees should not be surprised for terminating them.
By firing an employee, it creates a negative impact on your team and it alters the entire work culture of your team. Apart from it, other people within team will be perplexed about their job security.
This visually appealing infographic renders that in July – September 2012, over 15,300 claims of unfair dismissals was filed against the employers. In a survey laid, over 48 managers were asked about the best day for firing an employee from which 40% said they don’t have any preferable day, 33% said Friday is the best day and 12.5% have reported Monday as the superlative day for dismissing or firing someone.