Clearly document employee insubordination before termination

11/1/2011 | Human Resource Executive

Before firing an employee for insubordination, make sure company policy clearly outlines what is considered insubordinate behavior, employment-law specialist Keisha-Ann Gray writes. She recommends documenting problems, such as an employee's refusal to perform to perform tasks, and tracking any written reprimands or discipline-related conversations that pertain to the employee.

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