Termination Guide - Yukon

  • ID: 1211763
  • April 2010
  • Region: Canada
  • 18 Pages
  • HR Downloads
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With every hire an employer makes there is the potential that the employer may have to terminate that hire in the future due to circumstances which may or may not be within the employer’s control.
Such terminations can be very expensive and damaging to the organization if not managed properly.
The key to managing the risk of expensive and damaging terminations is not too dissimilar to managing certain insurance risks—it’s about prevention and process.

The best prevention is to have a solid foundation in human resource practices:
- Enter into easy to understand written contracts with all of your employees before they start, which would include, in the context of this discussion, a defined job description and expectations, a probationary period and termination provisions, including a defined notice period in the event of a termination without cause. It is also very important that your employment contracts comply with the applicable employment standards legislation to ensure their enforceability.
- Have a clear and easy to understand employee Policies and Procedures Manual (including a performance improvement policy), require your employees to read READ MORE >

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Executive Summary
A Guide to Effective Terminations
Terminations for Cause
Performance Issues
Progressive Discipline Process
Terminating the Poor Performer
Reduction in Workforce
The Termination Meeting
After the Termination Meeting
Administrative Details
Damage Control
Conducting Exit Interviews
Providing Proper Severance Packages
Things to Avoid
Termination and the Law
Current Canadian Termination Legislation*
In Summary

List of Included Tools, Templates, Letters, and Policies

1. Acceptance of Resignation Letter
2. Announcement of Employee Resignation Letter
3. Announcement of Employee Retirement Letter
4. Disciplinary Action Form
5. Disciplinary Action Template
6. Employee Departure Notification
7. Exit Interview Form
8. Full and Final Release - Ontario
9. Last Chance Agreement
10. Layoffs & Closure Policy
11. Management Severance Payout Calculator
12. Notice of Disciplinary Action - Verbal Warning
13. Notice of Disciplinary Action - Written Warning
14. Notice of Indefinite Layoff
15. Notice of Layoff Template
16. Notice of Temporary Layoff
17. Performance Improvement Plan
18. Permanent Layoff Economic Conditions
19. Progressive Discipline Policy
20. Progressive Discipline Template
21. Termination Checklist
22. Termination Letter - Contract Employee
23. Termination Letter with Salary Continuance Provisions
24. Termination Letter with Working Notice
25. Termination Not For Cause + Full Final Release - Ontario
26. Termination Not For Cause Letter
27. Termination of Employment Elimination of Position
28. Termination of Employment Policy
29. Termination of LTD
30. Termination of Probationary Employee
31. Termination of STD
32. Termination Pay Policy
33. Termination Power Point
34. Turnover Cost Calculator
35. Unauthorized Absence Job Abandonment

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