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Employee Termination and Departure Checklist

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Use this checklist to ensure that the professional relationship between a departing employee and the company is cleanly and effectively concluded.

When an employee departs a company, steps must be taken to ensure that the professional relationship between the employee and the company is cleanly and effectively concluded. Use this checklist to ensure that:

  • The employee is being treated with fairness and respect.
  • The employee understands his or her responsibility to the company.
  • All company property (including equipment and documents) is accounted for.
  • The security of the network and physical building is maintained.

Terminating staff is a time of high stress for everyone involved. It's easy to make mistakes that open up the enterprise to risk. Don't take any chances.

The attached Zip file includes:

  • Intro Page.doc
  • Cover Sheet and Terms.pdf
  • Employee Termination and Departure Checklist.doc
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