Terminating an employee is never easy, especially when you’ve invested time and money in training, development, and relationship building. Knowing when poor performance and a less-than-positive attitude are beyond repair is essential to keeping your urgent care running smoothly and drama free. Use these five questions to help you decide whether
Even with smart hiring practices, good training, and consistent healthy communication, some employees don’t work out. In some cases, a team member’s attitude changes over time due to personal reasons, stress, or in-clinic incidents that perhaps you aren’t aware of, or the staff member is not comfortable sharing.