In-Class Exercise 14 - You Can't Fire Me_Check your policy

In-Class Exercise 14 - You Can't Fire Me_Check your policy...

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Human Resource Management Human Resource Management H ADM 2211 H ADM 2211 Spring 2010 Spring 2010 Instructor Instructor Sean A. Way, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management School of Hotel Administration Cornell University IN-CLASS GROUP EXERCISE 14: YOU CAN’T FIRE ME! CHECK YOUR POLICY Tuesday, April 20, 2010 Y OU C AN T F IRE M E ! C HECK Y OUR P OLICY 1 The following case is based on an arbitration case heard by G.W. Bohlander. Names and dates have been changed. Supervisors report that discharging an employee is one of the toughest tasks they perform as managers. Furthermore, termination for absenteeism can be particularly difficult due to the causes of absenteeism, and, in some cases, the past work record of the employee. This case illustrates a typical absentee problem faced by management. Mary Schwartz was employed by Beach Hotel - New York for nine years. For the first six years of her employment she was considered a model employee. Mary’s annual performance reviews were always above
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