The best way to know if your employee is still on your payroll is to check the employment status of their last paycheck.
Sometimes, it’s as easy as you just ask the right questions. When I asked the manager of a company I worked for how he was handling his termination, he responded that he was “satisfied.
Your employee is not on your payroll and you are supposed to keep him on and keep the company out of trouble. Your employee is not on your payroll and you are supposed to keep him on and keep the company out of trouble because he doesn’t want to be fired. Don’t even think about it.
I have a lot of experience with employee termination, so I know this answer is way better than my first. When I worked at a company that had a company policy of not firing employees, I found that one of the few things I could do was ask very specific questions about the employee’s termination. The employee was a supervisor I knew because I didn’t even know what he did, so my question was really quite direct.
The answer was actually pretty good. Some of the questions we asked weren’t really about the termination, but the fact that Colt was a supervisor.
At a company where we were asked about termination, we were asked about the termination of two other employees. Both of those employees were supervisors. We werent asked about the termination of an employee who didnt even have a supervisor. Our question would have been pretty obvious. We were doing a very good job of covering our bases.
It’s a safe bet that if your employer is asking you about termination, you’re doing a good job of covering your bases.
What makes employee termination a good question is why youre asking. If youre asking out of curiosity, then you should probably be asking because you want to find out about the company culture. If youre more concerned about the employees doing a good job, then there is probably something else going on.
I dont know what it is, but I always have a feeling that in most industries, managers are not on the side of good employees and are more interested in management than in employees. And thats a problem. Because there is a good chance that you are going to be fired for any number of reasons. The question of employee termination is just one of many of the things your managers are concerned with.