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Gestione delle risorse umane: terminazione / separazione

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    Peter Rodrick Harvey C.
    GY
    Peter Rodrick Harvey C.

    At my work Organization . when Employing a person , the send a officer in the persons home town to find out about him or her is that a right thing to do?

    Kooagile K.
    BW
    Kooagile K.

    The management should be attentive, I mean it should be done where possible because it can make the organisation lose more money, also you can lose well experience employees.It should be aliend with the labour law and agreed management rules

    Charity D.
    PH
    Charity D.

    how much time is ideal for termination?

    Zekkethal V.
    US
    Zekkethal V.

    A part of the employment cycle that can be negative/painful for people to progress/handle especially the firing, but if not correctly, I have always felt that I was a catalyst/facilitator in a persons terminations.

    Mavis Afua A.
    GH
    Mavis Afua A.

    Termination Termination means removal of employee from employment by his employer mainly on the following grounds, Due to the expiratory of employment contract period between employee and his employer. Due to the Ill-health of the employee. Being terminated for any of the items listed below may constitute wrongful termination: Discrimination: The employer cannot terminate employment because the employee is a certain race, nationality, religion, sex, age, or in some jurisdictions, sexual orientation. Retaliation: An employer cannot fire an employee because the employee filed a claim of discrimination or is participating in an investigation for discrimination. In the United States, this "retaliation" is forbidden under civil rights law. Employee's Refusal to Commit an Illegal Act: An employer is not permitted to fire an employee because the employee refuses to commit an act that is illegal. Employer Not Following Own Termination Procedures: Often, the employee handbook or company policy outlines a procedure that must be followed before an employee is terminated. If the employer fires an employee without following this procedure, the employee may have a claim for wrongful termination. whilst separation is a negative recruitment. It may be In the form of resignation, dismissal or discharge, suspension, retrenchment or lay-off. Employee separation is a sensitive issue for any organization. Usually, an employee leaves the organization after several years of service. Thus, the permanent separation of employees from an organization requires discretion, empathy and a great deal of planning. An employee may be separated as consequence of resignation, removal, death, permanent incapacity, discharge or retirement. The employee may also be separated due to the expiration of an employment contract or as part of downsizing of the workforce. Organizations should never harass the employees, especially in the case of resignation, just because they are quitting the organiza­tion. In fact, a quitting employee of the organization must be seen as a potential candidate of the future for the organization and also the brand ambassador of its HR policies and practices. However, many organizations are still treating their employees as "expendable resources" and discharging them in an unplanned manner whenever they choose to do so. A severance agreement is a contract, or legal agreement, between an employer and an employee that specifies the terms of an employment termination, such as a layoff. Sometimes this agreement is called a "separation" or "termination" agreement or "separation agreement general release and covenant not to sue." Like any contract, a severance agreement must be supported by "consideration." Consideration is something of value to which a person is not already entitled that is given in exchange for an agreement to do, or refrain from doing, something Voluntary Separation Voluntary separation, which normally begins after a request is placed in this regard by the employee, can happen due to two reasons: professional reason and personal reason. We shall now discuss these reasons in detail. Professional reasons Employees may seek separation when they decide to seek better positions, responsibilities and status outside the present organization. Efficient employees would seek to expand their realm of knowledge and skills continuously by working in different capacities/positions in various organizations. In their quest for greater responsibility, power and status, they may seek separation from the organization. Personal reasons The important personal reasons for voluntary separation are relocation for family reasons like marriage of the employees and health crisis of family members, maternity and child-rearing. For instance, when working women get married, they often prefer to settle in the partners place of occupation. Similarly, an employee may seek voluntary separation to look after the child or parent. Involuntary Separation As mentioned earlier, an involuntary separation is caused by the factors which remain beyond the purview of the employees. However, these factors may be classified broadly into health problems, behavioural problems and organizational problems. We shall now discuss these factors in detail Health problems Major health problems crippling the employees may make them invalid or unfit to continue in the profession. For instance, accidents causing permanent disabilities and illness of the employees like brain stroke and other terminal illnesses can lead to their involuntary separation. Death of employees is another factor which results in their involuntary separation. Behavioural problems An employee's objectionable and unruly behaviour within the organization may also lead to his involuntary separation from the organization. When the employees behaviour is unethical or violates the code of conduct in force, the organization may initiate disciplinary actions, which may eventually result in his termination. This may constitute an act of involuntary separation. Consistent failure to reach performance goals by an employee can also result in his involuntary separation. Organizational problems Organizational problems are another important factor that contributes to the involuntary separation of employees. The poor financial performance of an organization may cause it to terminate the services of some of its employees as part of cost control measure. Such terminations are also classified as involuntary separation. Similarly, automation, organizational restructuring and rationalization can also result in employee termination, discharge or layoff, broadly called involuntary separation.

    Kendra G.
    US
    Kendra G.

    Human Resource Management is about providing accountability for the people within your team; ensuring they're staying on task, as well as respecting others in the work environment.

    Atari A.
    NG
    Atari A.

    It is imperative that HR department follows the legislative procedures when terminating an employee's employment or when the employee is leaving the organisation on his own accord because failure to do that may create a window for litigation which may dampen the reputation of the organisation

    Zeenat R.
    IN
    Zeenat R.

    It is important for the HR Manager to ensure that the termination of employment is in the best interests of the organisation and the employee

    Pearl M.
    ZA
    Pearl M.

    and all procedure should be adhered to with no compromise?

    Dapo O.
    NG
    Dapo O.

    This is certainly the most challenging task of the HR manager. In whatever way it takes effective counseling can reduce the tension and help the transition in the interest of both organization and departing staff

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