• After they completed their shift.
  • Midweek, end of the day, and not until you have good documentation to support the firing, in case the employee decides to grieve it.
  • On the last day of the current pay period. I usually did the dirty deed sometime after lunch, paid them for the entire day. Depending on their position have someone remain with the person fired until they left the premises. As soon as they are fired get their keys and, as a security risk, they should have no access to files, computers, or access to company email.

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