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Thank you so much for the answer Joseph. I have a few more questions...
1. Do we have to officially fire her? Since she and her family members have worked for us on and off for many years, she probably thinks we will hold her job. We will definitely NOT be holding her job.
2. Do we have to write anything up or make her sign anything? If needed, we have a plenty of reasons to "write her up" whether it is the constant tardiness or poor work performance or use of work computers for unauthorized personal use (i.e. Facebook, personal e-mails, surfing the web). I would rather not make this situation any worse than it has to be already.
She mus report to jail on Friday so tomorrow is her last day whether she knows it or not. She can't expect us to hold her position open, but I just don't want her trying to come after us for no reason or claiming unemployment, etc, etc.
Thanks again Joseph!