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    Employee threatening to go to court for sacking him from job

    I am the boss of a small private company. Recently due to extreme irregularity and under performance of an employee,I had to sack him. Now he is threatening me that he will take this issue to court. This can affect the reputation of the company since the court does not quickly decide on any matter. How to deal with this situation?

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    aman Array
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    Re: Employee threatening to go to court for sacking him from job

    You haven't committed any crime for which you need to be afraid off.

    As you have sacked him due to genuine reasons, you should not bother about such things.

    Also you cannot take him back.

    As first of all he his not an efficient employee and secondly he will think that he can do anything by threatening you.

    Actually this will be much harm to his reputation as an employee rather than your repute as it will make his image as a person who can do such things so no

    other employer won't take him.

    Further you can also take help from a lawyer if you think that he is trying to affect your companies reputation as he can tell you much better ways and also

    guide you depending on your situation as an employer in the particular condition.

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