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  On Demand  CE  How to Fire an Employee. Be Smart, Be Compassionate...Stay Legal
During this educational program you will learn the essential skills of how to make one of the hardest decisions facing any manager…to terminate an employee. Stop subjecting yourself, your high performers, and your patients to employees who can't or refuse to do their job. By the end of this program, you will gain confidence and competence in knowing how to document, how to consistently enforce your organization's policies and practices, and how to take the necessary steps to fire an employee without exposing yourself or your organization to unnecessary legal and other risks.
Learning Objectives:
  • Construct and implement a pre-termination plan using coaching and disciplining skills.
  • Complete the termination staying within the law and managing heightened emotions.
  • Write the business and job related reasons for the termination and the steps that you took to fire the employee.
  • Discuss with the employee the reasons for the termination while still maintaining employee's dignity.
  • Indicate to the staff the termination without disclosing too much information.
William Marty Martin, PsyD, MPH, MA, MS
  Dr. Marty Martin is a sought after speaker and trainer for healthcare organizations across the U.S. and the world. His work has guided hospital departments, medical groups, and management teams in developing a strategic plan, addressing disruptive behavior, and managing conflict and burnout. Marty is the author of Taming Disruptive Behavior published by the American College of Physician Executives. As an author, his work has been featured in the USA Today, Washington Post, and Wall Street Journal. Unlike many speakers and trainers, Marty has worked on the front lines in healthcare as a licensed clinical health psychologist focusing on behavioral sleep medicine and health coaching as well as a upper level manager in organizations such as The Johns Hopkins Hospital. He currently serves on several hospital and health system boards where he is responsible for providing strategic guidance on integrating community benefit with population health.

William Marty Martin has disclosed no relevant, real or apparent personal or professional financial relationships.
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