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As an employer, sometimes you're left with no choice but to fire a worker.
However, firing a worker improperly can come back to haunt you in the form of a wrongful termination lawsuit. And while you can't control a former employee's decision to pursue legal action, you can certainly make the prospect significantly less appealing by decreasing the odds of any such suit being successful.
Here are three simple tips that may keep fired employees from firing up a lawsuit against you:
These three tips are just the beginning. To learn more about the legal issues that may arise when firing a worker, check out FindLaw's section on Employment Termination.
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