Protect Your Schools with Clear Termination Documentation
We show you how a hypothetical termination of employment letter written in vague language opens the school to scrutiny. We then rewrite the letter in clear language that explains the specific reasons the employee was let go. You'll also learn the core elements of strong termination documentation.
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