I pay unemployment insurance for a reason.<quoted text>
That is true, Ohio happens to be a work at will state.
However, if you fire someone without just cause, you're stuck with paying unemployment. I like that fact and I don't. When I had employees there were a couple that I took the time, trouble and aggravation to properly terminate.
If you really own a company, follow the laws and guidelines to a tee, it will come back to bite you if you don't.
Of course I have a sister who was a legal secretary for years and her former employers still give our family great service at a reasonable rate (as far as blood sucking scum can)
Further, I have a brother in-law who is an employment attorney and just the same, great advice came at a great rate.
He's still cut in as I cash out, it was the best deal I ever made.
I pay workers compensation for a reason.
my point was how delusional Reader is thinking a job is a paid for possession.
I could fire her for bad breath, and nothing would occur but her trip to the unemployment line.
I follow the rules, and refuse to hire problem makers.