Whether due to budget cuts or performance, letting staff go is sometimes a necessity, even during a pandemic.
Terminating an employee during the coronavirus pandemic is undoubtedly delicate, as the disease has impacted people mentally and economically. HR managers and supervisors may also have difficulty letting remote employees go, as remote work could be a new way of work for the company.
There are many steps and considerations HR managers need to navigate when it comes to employment termination. Enlisting an Employee Termination Checklist can help supervisors, managers, and human resources put in place best practices and procedures.