Discharge Procedure

Discharge shall be made following legal code, rules of the organization, court verdict and with the dictate of natural justice. As it may be a pretext for discrimination, human resource management and as such all managers should follow the understated procedures (French, 1997: 262; Memoria 1987):

1. Establish a well thought-out procedure for settling the discharge case.
2. Document unsatisfactory performance of specific individual employee.
3. Keep all employees informed about the quality of their performance.
4. Give all deficient performers reasonable opportunities to improve their work performance.
5. Inform all employees about company policies and rules governing employee behavour and about the contents of their job descriptions.
6. Be consistent in the application of punishment/rules and administer the same punishment /rule to all employees who violate rules.
7. Keep adequate provision for review of the discharged employee’s case.

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