Separating an employee from your organization — whether through a firing or a layoff — can be disruptive and unpleasant. But having a process in place can make it go more smoothly and help the organization avoid any legal, emotional or professional entanglements. It’s important to get separations right, says Joyce Domijan, vice president of strategy and program development at CareerArc, a hiring and outplacement firm. “From the company’s standpoint, their reputation and.. Read More