John has been working for the company for 2 years. He is highly skilled and performs well when working. John often completes his assignments; however, he has significant work-related issues: He arrives 5 to 10 minutes late to work each day; he has been disruptive and disrespectful to his fellow teammates and supervisor; and he has periodically disappeared for lengthy periods of time during the day. In spite of the work-related issues, John has received satisfactory to above-average performance ratings over the past 2 years. John recently complained to HR about a perceived safety issue. John was confronted by his supervisor Bill about nonwork issues, such as hanging out in a maintenance closet to rest. During the discussion, John became upset, so Bill has come to HR for assistance in terminating John.
Discuss retention and separation options for the employee using the scenario. Address the following:
o Discuss retention initiatives and select the ideal initiative to address the situation described within the scenario. describe your choice.
o Address the issue of employee conduct and develop a progressive discipline policy for the employee.
o Should the employee in problem fail to abide by the policies, what are the best practices for exercising employee separations