Employment Law

Dispute Over Resignation Leads to Reversal of Summary Judgment for Employer

, The Legal Intelligencer

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Employers often believe that having a troubled or troubling employee resign from employment is a panacea to avoid litigation. As such, employers often propose that, instead of terminating an employee or providing him or her corrective action, they will simply ask the employee to resign. This only works, however, if there is absolute certainty that the employee will "take the bait" and actually resign. If the employee balks, the employer has created an additional layer of problems for itself.

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