What to Do If Capitol Hill Rioter Also Happens to Be an Employee

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This week’s protest, which led to an invasion of the US Capitol Building, was something that the world watched in horror. How much more horrifying would it be if you recognized someone climbing the Capitol wall or ripping something out of a congressional chamber–and that person was your employee?

Can you fire someone for that?

Well, maybe. 

Suspend and investigate

You may think you have all the information you need with a snapshot you saw on Instagram. You might. But, it doesn’t hurt to suspend first while you conduct a thorough investigation. 

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