Termination rights/Poor performance
Posted in the Human Resources Forum
#1 Mar 5, 2014
Hello, I'm currently a college student studying HRM and I'm looking for some insight on a specific situation for a project. The scenerio is as follows:
"Angela" has been employed at Hall Office Products for over 20 years. The owner of the store promised her a job for life in a letter of commendation several years ago. Angela's job performance has been less than excellent in recent years and she is in the disciplinary process. Angela has disregarded efforts to address her poor performance and says that she has an “agreement” with the owner and will sue if she is fired. The store manager fears that she is “untouchable”.
Any insight involving applicable laws in terms of the employee's rights and also the rights of the employer would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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