Grant Shapps: Firms need to be ‘disingenuous’ about why people are sacked – Telegraph

See on Scoop.itEmployment law in a mad world

Grant Shapps has admitted that businesses have to come up with “disingenuous” reasons about why they sack people.

Annabel Kaye‘s insight:

It never has been and is not true that good bosses need to lie or be disingenuous and make people redundant instead of telling them the real reasons.

The constant lying in the media about what employment law is and what is requires is demotivating managers and bosses from doing their job properly and leading to the ‘demand’ for the repeal of laws that don’t really exist..

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One response to “Grant Shapps: Firms need to be ‘disingenuous’ about why people are sacked – Telegraph

  1. I agree with Annabel that good bosses never need to lie to be good bosses! With HR, as with health and safety, good bosses can and do run highly successful and profitable businesses that they can be proud of and yet still conform to the law as well as morally acceptable, and socially proud, practices.

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