Poor Firing Practices Can Lead to Poor Outcomes, Including Violence

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An HR person was firing a supervisor, who then said, “I have a knife in my pocket and a gun in my shoe. And if you weren’t who you are, I’d be using it right now.” That terrifying encounter comes with a very important lesson: You never know how someone will react when fired. If you do not make the effort to ensure people feel respected when you let them go, that reaction can and will be amplified. In today’s “Faces of HR” column, we talk to that HR person and what she knows about terminations.

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