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Employee Termination: How to Express this Action – Part 1

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We’ve launched a poll about the most common expressions associated with terminating an employee at work.

Employee termination, though difficult, is sometimes essential to improvement in the workplace. However, different workplaces throughout the U.S. and the U.K. use various “idioms” to communicate this action.

Remember, an blog post next week.

If you use (or have heard) another expression you would like to see added to the list we’ll post next week, please email it to info@thirdpartyblogger.com.

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David Cox is a Co-owner of TPB Business Copyediting. He writes to encourage us to apply our multidisciplinary training and experiences to develop our current career role further.