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Anything I need to know? This employee sealy assaulted my wife and he's being terminated. I've documented what happened along with failure to complete requested training and poor productivity. I've spoken with my lawyer, accountant and insurance company. The termination papers document all the basics such as not allowed on premises without consent, allowed to pick up tools in business hours, what the problems were and why they resulted in termination. Dates of the incidents, the fact we expect our keys and uniforms etc.

Anything I'm missing?

 

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