If you’ve taken the step of hiring help in your business, you know what a relief it can be! You can’t do everything by yourself forever, and having great employees is a huge asset that that will make your life easier and help your business continue to grow. But… what if you hire someone and it’s just not working out? What if you actually have to let them go?
If you don’t know about the tips in this week’s video, when the time to fire a team member, the anxiety about if, when, and how to fire are all going to be swirling in your mind, causing a lot of stress and sleepless nights.
As a business owner, no doubt you feel the full weight of responsibility to take care of your employees. After all, their paycheque is their means of living, and it comes from you! Cutting that off is a big decision. Yes, it’s “just business”, but you can’t deny that the employee being fired is a human being with feelings, responsibilities, and needs of their own. At the same time, you want to protect your reputation, your legal liability, and your own integrity.
It IS possible to let someone go with grace and dignity intact for both parties. It doesn’t have to be an emotionally charged, stressful experience.
This week’s video is about how to fire someone gracefully. We’re going to discuss the steps to take to ensure that firing is never a traumatic experience (for either of you) but simply a necessary transition done with grace and integrity (Hint: it starts even before you HIRE the person).
If you have a team, or are thinking about hiring help, you NEED to know these tips in order to avoid HUGE headaches in the future. This advice will be invaluable to you as your business continues to grow. After you watch the video, leave a comment and let me know how you feel about being an employer. Have you ever had to fire someone? If so, how did it go?
Check out the video above or click here: https://youtu.be/iq6ey1DBW2Q