When staffers are dangerous: How to terminate a bad-tempered worker

March 2013
Legal Alert for Supervisors;3/29/2013, Vol. 8 Issue 189, p3
The article discusses the measures that need to be undertaken when planning to terminate an employee who is known for his bad temper and is a threat to the workplace.


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