Managing Lawful Dismissal

  • A 6-step guide to dismissing an employee lawfully
  • 4 document templates you’ll need during the dismissal process
  • How to manage an underperforming employee
  • Potential alternatives to dismissal

National legislation makes it easier now than ever before for employees to lodge an unfair dismissal claim.

Statistics show that more than 75% of unfair dismissal cases are settled via conciliation with the vast majority of these involving a payout. It seems that many employers would rather pay a sum to have the matter disappear, regardless of whether the claim is valid or not!

Legal ramifications and expensive settlements can easily be avoided by simply following a few critical guidelines to ensure a dismissal is justified.

Managing Lawful Dismissal guides you through what you must consider before dismissing an employee and how you can protect yourself from legal risk. It explains:

  • what makes dismissal unlawful;
  • when and how you can lawfully dismiss an employee;
  • how your policies and procedures can help you to manage dismissal in your workplace;
  • the alternatives to dismissal; and
  • your notice and termination pay requirements.

Before you decide to dismiss an employee, it’s critical you understand the rules. This comprehensive 53-page eBook will make sure you avoid any legal risk and that your dismissal process is lawful and fair.

Managing Lawful Dismissal also contains four important document templates that you can download, edit and use during the dismissal process, including:

  • Warning Letter template
  • Termination Letter template
  • Separation Agreement template
  • Summary Dismissal Notice template

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