Today, we are looking at extremely tough times for all small businesses. Along with tough times, we will be forced to make some very tough decisions. When it comes to the future of our employees, the future is quite unknown to all of us. One of the most difficult decisions that we will be facing is what to do with employees that we may not be able to keep busy, now and in the future. No matter which way you slice it or dice it, this is a hard call. However, laying off non-essential employees may be the difference between keeping your business or closing your doors.
Did you know that there are different types of layoffs that may provide you with a little more flexibility in how you maneuver these turbulent times? Let’s take a moment to look at the different types of layoffs and what they mean to you as a small business owner:
Work Share Program- The Work-Share Program provides an alternative to laying off employees...
Rock, Paper, SCISSOR!
Know When to Cut Your Employees Loose
Have you ever had that uncomfortable moment when you have to say the infamous phrase to an employee, “can I speak to you in my office?”. As an employer or manager, you may catch yourself in those last few minutes before they arrive reverting to your childhood with a good ole’ game of Rock, Paper, Scissors. It seems like it’s a fair way to try and get yourself out of the hot seat and place it onto someone else, right? Terminating an employee is sometimes like this game because no one wants to be the bearer of bad news by looking like the bad guy (or gal). Terminations have their challenges with even some risk, so it’s an emotionally difficult task. You want to ensure that you are confident with your decision, especially if the employee isn’t underperforming or violating any company policies....
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