Hi, I am Ismail from Bangladesh.By a short interview we have selected an employee for our organisation and he joined with us. after joining (one week) we thought/understood that he is not fit for the post by some observation in his training. Trainer gets him week to understand the things, which is discussed with him. Now my question is, is it possible to terminate him instantly also what will be the reason/language from the HR point of View if we terminate him.Please

Thanking
Ismail
7th August 2017 From Bangladesh, Dhaka

Dear Ismail,

Why the employee was selected with "short interview"? Now for short interview, there is short employment and for the short employment, you want process termination also to be short. Do companies grow with these shortcuts?

Rather than issuing a letter of termination to the employee, call him to the HR office, explain him about shortfall in his performance even after the training. Since he cannot render the desired level of performance, let him submit letter of resignation. Follow a normal process of separation.

Notwithstanding his "short" tenure in your company, pay him the wages for the period that he worked in your company.

Thanks,

Dinesh Divekar
8th August 2017 From India, Bangalore
Dear Ismail,

I suggest to have a robust interview process instead of Short interview. I opine that the interviewer is only responsible for this shortfall. If the candidate is an experienced person he might have left his previous employment and joined you with lot of expectations and enthusiasm and in case you discontinue him with in a short span it will be difficult for him to get a job immediately.

Considering all the above facts suggest you to call him, have a discussion, give him some time, organize some more training and if he is not meeting your requirements even after extended training then you can take a call. However suggest you to strengthen your interview process otherwise the organization's image is going to be damaged and difficult for you to get the candidates in future.

Thanks
Kameswarao
9th August 2017 From India, Hyderabad
 

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