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Take Additional Precautions to Prevent Post-Termination Violence

There are several steps the employer should take to minimize the likelihood that post-termination violence will occur including:

  • Make available 24x7 crisis counseling and assistance to fired employees for a period of time after termination. Communicate the availability of this service at the termination meeting .

  • Ensure that all access to company facilities by the fired employee is revoked immediately upon termination and the former employee exits the company.

  • Do not allow the fired IT employee to return to company property for any reason. If any personal belongings are left behind, have the items mailed to their residence.

  • The IT manager should not meet with the discharged employee off-site for any reason. There have been instances where the terminating manager is duped into a friendly meeting to talk or whatever and ends up being a victim of an attack.

  • The IT manager and other employees should be suspicious of packages and letters that are delivered from an unknown source or contain odd substances such as powder, glue, paste, etc. This is especially true soon after the termination, but not restricted in time frame.

According to the Annual Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses (ASOII), the following objects and substances directly inflicted injury in workplace assaults:

47% - Hitting, kicking, and beating.

5% - Structures and surfaces (workers pushed into walls or to floors).

4%  - Tools (knives or other weapons).

The above book excerpt is from:

You're Fired! Firing Computer Professionals

The IT manager Guide for Terminating "With Cause"

ISBN 0-9744486-4-8

Robert Papaj 


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