How to Fire Someone the Right Way
Speaker: Brandy Ryan, MBA, PHR, SHRM-CP
CE Credits: 1
How to terminate an employee is one of the most-asked questions received annually by the MDA human resources staff. Many factors contribute to the stress of terminating an employee and because the process can be so overwhelming, many employers put off the termination hoping the problem will just get better. In reality, when problems go unaddressed, they generally get worse leading to declining morale and decreased productivity that spreads throughout the office. In this training you will understand the best practices for progressive discipline and termination. This training will also cover the importance of documentation and how to avoid mistakes while terminating an employee.
- What does “at will” really means?
- Progressive Discipline.
- What documentation you’ll need if you’re taken to court.
- Who is in the room and how to structure that meeting.
- What should you say and not say when terminating an employee?
- What is a protected class?
- What do you say to the staff and patients after the employee has been terminated?
This course counts toward the Certified Dental Business Professional program. Earn 1 credit in the Human Resources category. Click here for more information on the MDA Certified Dental Business Professional program. Look for this logo for other CDBP-qualifying courses.
About the Speaker … Brandy Ryan is a certified HR professional through both the HR Certification Institute® and the Society of Human Resource Management®. Ryan is the MDA director of human resources and is also a Certified Everything DiSC® Trainer at Everything DiSC®: A Wiley Brand. She began her career as a certified dental assistant before completing her Bachelor’s degree in business administration, human resource management. The combination of firsthand dental office experience, more than 12 years of Human Resource management experience, and being a certified DiSC® trainer has contributed to Ryan’s ability to create effective teams, support management, enforce policy and procedure development, and enhance communication among teams.