He has been my only part time/full time employee. (he does not put in 40 hours a week and takes the time off he needs with out asking, just telling) I wish this could go down differently, but I am afraid for my company, which is basically me, that if he acts out as a couple of customers have tole me he might, he has access to VERY sensitive information, and would have access to servers that hold that info.
I am concerned that if I let him go what my financial obligations would be. I gues what I am asking is if I fyre him oposed to laying him off? I can talk to my accountant about this in the morning, but I am taking action by re-keying the shop tonight. Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you so much for your help.
Thank you so much for your help. I really appreciate it. I just didnt know where to turn, as I have never been faced with this situation in the 20 years I have been doing business. And more, I wouldnt expect this kind of reaction from a "friend". But we are all faced with chalenges. Its knowing where to get the answers!
I just wish Home Depot was open till 10, which I thought it was. Now I have to stay at the shop overnight because i didnt get there before 9 to get the re-key kit.
You know this just sucks. If people cant commnicate, there is no hope. Marriages, business partners, friends, employees.
Well at least I have James, 1: 2-4 to help me.
No problem. It's tough I know, but hang in there. As coincidence has it, I was at Home Depot a couple hours ago with my wife.Best of luck.
I was a little concerned with my paying for this answer.
I dont think I signed up for a monthly obligation, but by some of the email I have received, im not sure. I hope not. I just had this question that you answered.
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