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You are a member of the management team at your place of employment. You have been tasked to create a policy for the termination of employees "for just cause." What specific components would you include in your termination policy? Why?

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Termination of Employees

'For Just Cause' can be defined as, "If an employee has been guilty of serious misconduct, habitual neglect of duty, incompetence, or conduct incompatible with his duties, or prejudicial to the employer's business, or if he has been guilty of wilful disobedience to the employer's order in a matter of substance, the law recognizes the employer's right summarily to dismiss the delinquent employee" (Hacault, Olson, & Beaumont, 2009).

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