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However, either way you run the risk of people lingering around for 2 weeks not doing their job properly because what will happen if they mess up? Gonna fire them? LOL. It can result in losing customers, causing dissent and low morale as they complain, possibly even sabotage or espionage but it's more likely when firing than quitting but I've seen it all.
He needs to get the check book out, pay an attorney as well as an HR expert.
What practical items change if you use an employment agency? It sounds like they filter your applicants for you. What does the agency handle after the employee starts working for you?
Why is it easier to let an employee go if they came from an employment agency?
By how much do agencies typically increase an employee's wage?
I'm curious in what sorts of ways an employer can be "burned" by HR-stuff.
Is providing 2 weeks pay upon termination a standard practice?