Vinutha.v
Asst Manager -hr
BHAVAN
Hr Manager
Deepika Jadhav
Senior Hr Executive
Vlademir
Project Coordinator

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I Would Like To Have A Suggestion On The This Topic :- "Employee termination. One of our employee performance is not up to the mark, she is still under probation. Can we terminate her employment as that role is very crucial for our organisation. Kindly guide me the complete procedure.
Hi,
Prior to any termination there will be Performance Improvement Plan needs to be created explained to her and provide some time to improve her performance if there is no change then you can request her to resign from role.
Employee performance in probation period will be up to the mark as they need time to settle with process and people
Regards,
V.Vinutha

Dear Deepika
You would have spend considerable time and resources to recruit this employee who must have fulfilled all your requirements. Two things are involved. Whether proper induction/job description given to her explaining her roles and responsibilities. Whether performance feedback has been given to her identifying specific areas where she has to improve quickly. If this has done and still the employee doesn't show improvement, then obviously you need to take a call. If not, make her understand her roles and responsibilities and give a reasonable time to improve her performance. Termination is not the issue. Again you will involve in recruitment and selection of a replacement which may take considerable time. (being very crucial role, continuity is must)
Regards
Bhavan

Dear Deepika Jadhav
Yes, you can terminate provided after satisfying the following procedures. Secure substantial ground and factual just cause by indicating low performance base upon documents attested by supervisory recommendations.

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