Jan 11, 2018
Thomas Stefanik speaks to HRD Canada about whether you can fire an employee for having a 'bad attitude'
As we enter the new year, workplaces should be aflush with morale boosting initiatives and smiling faces.
Having said that, sometimes it can be difficult to get back into the swing of our usual routines, leading some employees to be grumpy, dissatisfied and pessimistic.
But when does a bad attitude turn into a more serious disciplinary problem? Can you legally fire a worker for bringing the mood down?
Thomas Stefanik, Partner at Torkin Manes, explained to HRD Canada how HR leaders should be approaching a staff member with a chip on their shoulder.
Click here to read the full article in HRD Canada.
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