Just Fired an Employee? How to Protect Your Business From Their Revenge
Your Training Edge
SEPTEMBER 5, 2019
Not every fired employee will go rogue, but when one does, they’re a huge liability. The second way is that an employee won’t want to do anything that might jeopardize their ability to collect – they’re out of a job and they need that severance to keep them afloat until they’re secure in a new position. They have access to client information, and perhaps even confidential information about the company.