How To Deal With Long Term Employee's Who Become Ineffective at Work

How To Deal With Long Term Employee’s Who Become Ineffective at Work

Employee Monitoring Lawyer in Gloucester County, New Jersey

  • If the individual is an At-Will Employee, you may let them go for any or no reason at all, as long as it does not link back to Discrimination
  • You must document the shortcomings of the Employee, and build and develop a case
  • This will be beneficial to you, under the circumstances that an Age Discrimination Lawsuit comes into play
  • You will have proof that you let the Employee go because they were not going the job

This informational video was provided by Allan E. Richardson, an experienced New Jersey Employment Lawyer.

Read Our Latest Blogs

  • Attorney Richardson Named 2019 Super Lawyer
  • Types of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Business
  • Contract Litigation for Employees in NJ
  • Protecting Whistleblowers in NJ
  • See More of our Latest Blogs