One of the vexing issues that employers face in dealing with poor performers in the non-union context is whether it is more cost effective to terminate the employee’s employment without cause or to put the employee on a performance improvement plan (“PIP”), with the goal of establishing termination for just cause when the employee fails to meet the performance ...
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