Make Employee Departures, Terminations as Painless and Organized as Possible

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Employee departures, whether due to termination or finding work elsewhere, create stress within an organization. The high emotion of these events can lead to disorganization that can do even more damage, some of which might even be actionable in court.


Departures need to be handled with care and attention to detail to ensure that the employee-company relationship ends with the same professionalism demonstrated during the hiring and training process.


If your organization is faced with looming departures or terminations, download Info-Tech Research Group's checklist to help you better manage the process and avoid costly mistakes. The checklist ensures that you:

  • Treat outgoing employees with respect and fairness.
  • Make sure the employee understands his or her relationship to the company.
  • Account for all company property, including equipment and documentation.
  • Maintain the security of the network and the physical building.


Don't let the disorder that employee turnover produces open up your business to risks.


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