Obliviously, a boss doesn’t want to look like a bad person when firing an employee, and you certainly don’t want a dramatic scene during this process. How do you fire a staff member the perfect way? To be honest, there is no flawless way, but there are approaches in order to make the procedure easier.
I had to quit my job years ago, because I was disabled. It wasn’t an easy decision, but I acted upon an action which I thought was best for the company and myself. Most people will not put the companies’ interest before themselves. Before firing an employee, a boss has to evaluate the performance of the worker, and then assess why the staff member has to be fired.
If an employee was a good worker, tell the employee that you will offer a recommendation for the next job he/she is trying to seek. Believe me when I tell you that workers appreciate this notion. They want to find another job as soon as possible, and if an employer can help with this process, a boss will not have a guilty conscience or less of a guilty conscience. If that person was a good worker, I am sure a employer didn’t want to let him/her leave the job.
If the employee was a bad worker, be honest with the worker. When firing a staff member, don’t speak in a patriotic tone, and don’t sound mean. Workers are going to be upset if you talk to them in a phony voice or if you are speaking in a strict tone, and this can setup a dramatic event-which could be trouble for business. An unwanted scene can also hurt a boss’ relationship with his employees. Whenever staff members are fired, they will know if you are lying or telling the truth. I have known people who were fired, and these individuals studied every body movement, studied what was being said to them, and studied how their boss was speaking to them in order to distinguish facts and lies. People have the ability to be very detail-oriented when hearing very emotional news. Employers want their staff members to be honest, and employees would like the same respect as well, even if they will no longer be working for the company. In the business field, people say that “honesty is the best policy,” but this theory not only applies to consumers, but with workers as well.