Handling a termination properly can reduce an employer's unemployment insurance premiums, limit liability, and may reduce the potential of a lawsuit or employee dispute. Any employer who fails to comply with the federal and state laws regarding continued health care coverage, final paychecks, vacation pay, or any other necessary administrative tasks to complete a terminated employee. may be subject to substantial fines.
The Separation Notice allows the employer to record whether the employee resigned, retired, was laid off or fired. It also provides space for the manager to enter notes about the employee’s performance, and determine if employees are eligible for rehire. Document a separation properly with The Separation Notice.