MGT 303 separation and retention

MGT 303 separation and retention - Chapter 10 -Employee...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 10 -Employee Separation and Retention Friday, April 08, 2011 3:22 PM To compete, organizations must ensure a.Good performers are motivated to stay b. Chronically low performers are allowed, encouraged or if necessary, forced to leave 2 types of turnover (from employees perspective) a.Involuntary turnover -initiated by the organization (often among those who would prefer to stay) i. Getting people out the door to make room for better people a.Voluntary turnover -initiated by employee (often those the company would prefer to keep) i. Retirement Managing involuntary turnover: Progressive discipline a.Documentation -MAKE SURE YOU DOCUMENT EVERYTHING b. Progressive punitive measures Involuntary terminations a.Explanation b. Social sensitive -this person is not a bad person just someone who did not comply -treat others the way you want to be treated c.Consideration -listen to what the employee has to say d. Empathy Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) -this type of policy cannot be forced upon employees legally...
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2011 for the course MGT 303 taught by Professor Waugh during the Spring '11 term at Miami University.

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MGT 303 separation and retention - Chapter 10 -Employee...

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