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Should A Manager Have The Power To Fire An Employee?

Posted by Ginger Sullivan on August 25, 2016

Should A Manager Have The Power To Fire An Employee? | Ginger Sullivan | HR Insights blog by CareATC, Inc.This advice column conversation asks the question: Should HR managers have the power to fire? In the story that follows, one HR manager describes a feud between one of her managerial staff and a subordinate employee.

The offended manager wanted to fire the employee, but didn't have the power to make this decision unilaterally. Rather than joining his campaign, the HR team leader tried to repair the relationship instead.

Rebuffed by the manager on the warpath, the HR leader wondered if she should have handled the situation differently. Check out the story, decide for yourself, and see what advice the Forbes columnist has to offer.

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