Hiring and Firing

Hiring and Firing

The hiring process is the most important factor in creating a workforce, and the firing process is a tool to ensure that it remains strong and productive. The goal of hiring is to find the best possible applicant for an open position who will meet an employer’s expectations on a long-term basis. Firing is generally the most difficult aspect of management, yet approximately 2 million employees are fired each year. The goal of firing is to remove an employee who does not meet the employer’s needs or standards. If you hire too many of these employees, your company’s bottom line will suffer. Every manager involved in the hiring and firing process should know company policies, understand pertinent labor laws, and use common sense when managing employment issues. These managers must also comply with the equal employment opportunity requirements in these areas.

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Course Outline

  • 1. Overview    

  • 2. Government Agencies    

  • 3. Hiring    

  • 4. Assessing Applicants    

  • 5. Testing    

  • 6. Firing    

  • 7. Conclusion    

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize several tools that will assist you in the hiring and firing processes.
  • Identify how to handle difficult employee situations.


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