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West Palm Beach Employment, Labor & Business Lawyers > VIDEO FAQS > EMPLOYMENT LAW – REPRESENTING EMPLOYERS > What are the best practices for notifying an employee they are being let go?

What are the best practices for notifying an employee they are being let go?

The first thing an employer’s going to want to do when notifying an employee that the individual’s going to be fired is make sure they have someone else in the room with them when the notification is given.

The second thing an employer’s going to want to do in preparation for that meeting is to make sure they alert IT that the individual will be let go so that they can take care of the IT and make sure the individual cannot gain access after the individual’s terminated.

Additionally, the employer’s going to want to make sure that they have whatever paperwork they need to either have signed or given to the employee prepared in preparation for the meeting so they can do it during the time of the meeting.

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