Employees Leaving the WorkplacePosted in : Templates and Checklists ROI on 22 November 2013 Issues covered:
This month’s topic focuses on employees leaving the workplace. When an employee leaves there are so many things to arrange and consider. This is particularly the case if an employee unexpectedly hands in their notice. Notice periods move fast and all of a sudden you realise they are finishing today and you haven’t spoken to them about handovers and company property.
With this in mind Linda has prepared a handy checklist of the items to be reviewed and checked when an employee is leaving the business. This checklist should be reviewed as soon as you become aware that an employee will be leaving the business.
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