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- Decision time. // Cabinet Maker;9/29/2006, Issue 5507, p17
The article presents the decision of employers concerning constructive dismissal of employees in offices in Great Britain. Employees are not advised to prevaricate indefinitely even on legal grounds if he is undecided if he wants to resign. Employees should be given the chance to decide if he...
- Burton v Glycosynth Limited. Harris, Judith // Employers Law;Sep2005, p11
This article discusses the unfair dismissal case, Burton v. Glycosynth Limited. The Employment Appeals Tribunal of Great Britain gives guidance on the effect of words spoken "in the heat of the moment" by an employer and employee. Proctor worked as the operations manager of a chemical production...
- How to do an exit interview. Lowes, Robert // Medical Economics;1/7/2005, Vol. 82 Issue 1, p70
Provides tips on how to do an exit interview. Assessment of practice from someone with an insider's perspective; Schedule of a face-to-face meeting; Coverage of the discussion with departing employees.
- Handling Resignations--The Employer's Perspective. // Bloomsbury Business Library - Actionlists & Checklists;2007, p136
The article offers suggestions on how employers should handle the resignations of its employees. It is stated that the employer should conduct exit interviews to know the drawbacks their company, they should not rejoice on learning that an unprofessional employee has resigned as it would be...
- Exit stage left. Harford, Gaye // New Zealand Apparel;Oct2008, Vol. 41 Issue 9, p30
The article offers a guide for business owners on exploring the opportunities for improvement being offered by data gathered from exit interviews. It suggests questions that should be included in exit interviews. It emphasizes that an exit process should be developed in a way that makes the...
- A quiet word -- or public knowledge? Hodgkiss, Kate // Works Management;Aug2004, Vol. 57 Issue 8, p13
Focuses on the proper use of internal procedures in resolving employment disputes especially the risk involved in terminating and employee. Selection of practices within the scope of "without prejudice" negotiations to minimize the risk in terminating employees; Recent decision of the Employment...
- Employee leaving? Start asking questions. Lowes, Robert // Medical Economics;1/7/2005, Vol. 82 Issue 1, p68
Presents information about interviews conducted by an employers to departing employees. Content of the interview; Principles applied to conducting exit interviews; Recommendations on how to conduct exit interview.
- Ten Practical Suggestions for Terminating an Employee. DePree Jr., Chauncey M.; Jude, Rebecca K. // CPA Journal;Aug2007, Vol. 77 Issue 8, p62
The article offers practical suggestions for terminating an employee. Do not fire an employee in anger. This may seem obvious but, in the heat of the moment, self-control is paramount. Review the employee's file and the company's employment policies. A longtime employee whose personnel folder is...
- Freddie Mac Dismisses Ex-Comptroller. Muolo, Paul // National Mortgage News;7/14/2003, Vol. 27 Issue 41, p24
Reports on the resignation of Freddie Mac's comptroller Gregory Reynolds in June 2003 in the U.S. Career background; Freddie Mac's expulsion of Arthur Andersen as senior vice president and comptroller; Reason for the company's decision to fire some of its executives.