In my past life as a middle manager, I worked for a company that had 67 offices around the globe. I was responsible for two of them. After a series of passive-aggressive jabs between my Department Head and a direct report in our APAC office, I was sent on a 9-hour flight to Kuala Lumpur with one goal:. Unfortunately, I didn't have the authority to decide how that goal should be achieved. The instructions from senior management were firm:. Aaaand now you know why I no longer work there.
3 Examples of Termination Letters Done Right
Dennys Funny Quotes: Recession Humor: Termination Letter to Employees
Are you interested in the ins and outs of employment termination? Employees land in hot water for many reasons, some inexplicable to employers — some predictable. Some are a result of employees' inappropriate expectations. But, termination is a serious employment action that when initiated by the employer is generally the culmination of a series of progressive disciplinary actions. The employer has generally signaled loud and clear that the employee is in danger of employment termination. Termination occurs when an employer or an employee end an employee's employment with a particular employer. Termination can be voluntary or involuntary depending on the circumstances.
Can a repulsive ‘joke’ lead to an employee’s termination?
Collect this funny for your joke file. Dear Employees, Due to the current financial situation caused by the slowdown of the economy, Management has decided to implement a scheme to put workers of 40 years of age and above on early retirement. Management has always prided itself on the amount of SHIT it gives employees.
The FWC has released the decision of an unfair dismissal case involving an employee who made highly-offensive comments to a colleague in the workplace. BY Victoria Bruce 09 Feb A man who was fired for joking about sexual assault has lost his case for unfair dismissal. Ms Claus-Dieter Hengst was fired for inappropriate conduct after a co-worker inadvertently overheard him making jocular remarks during a conversation with a colleague and took offence to his comments, later reporting him to the CEO. On 22 September , Hengst was interviewing a co-worker, Mr Terry Mears, in relation to an OHS issue when the two men started talking about an incident in which Mr Mears had struck a kangaroo in his vehicle earlier that morning.