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How To Sack Employees by Russell HR Consulting

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How To Sack Employees
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776819590
Number of pages: 56

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If you manage employees, from time to time discipline and dismissal will be an inevitable part of your work. Using real life examples, this book talks the reader through the legal framework, best practice, tactics and how to prevent getting into difficulty in the first place.

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