Discipline and Termination


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Discipline and Termination
1010204 Discipline and Termination1010204As drivers, we all know what we're supposed to do, but we don't always do it. That's why occasionally the police step in. They issue friendly (or not so friendly) warnings, write tickets, suspend or revoke licenses, and even send drivers to jail. We need them to do these things to protect the public safety, and state regulations ensure that their actions fit the crimes.If you set expectations and effectively manage performance, employees know what they're supposed to do, too, but, like drivers, they don't always do it. That's when you need to step in and take action. Your safety and liability, …
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Bob Rosner; Allan Halcrow: Boss's Survival Guide: Workplace 911 for the Toughest Problems Today's Managers Face, Second Edition. Discipline and Termination, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010), AccessEngineering Export