The best decisions are those that are made as a result of a sufficiently serious, thorough and responsible process. Of course improvisation can give us very pleasant surprises, but if we want to achieve results that are as close as possible to our expectations, it is necessary to properly go through a previous job.
We believe this principle applies to various dimensions of business, professional life, and employment relationships.
In this last area, both when the non-conflictive termination of an employment relationship by the employee executive is intended, as well as from the perspective of the company, it is convenient to develop a separation process that is friendly, respectful and economically reasonable for both parties. .
Developing a harmonious, comprehensive and careful negotiation process can be beneficial for the company that must face it. Your managers, teams, customers, suppliers and people with whom you interact will be attentive to the way the company chooses to go through these difficult and inevitable processes. For the employee, an intelligent, careful, comprehensive and strategic negotiation will be important as a basis for the next stage that the employee decides to face.
Going through a period of honest and respectful conversations with empathy will help the end result to be well received by each party involved. Not only is it advisable, but it is probably possible to carry out a “win to win” negotiation, reducing as much as possible the wear on personal ties, collateral emotional damage and also possible negative impacts on the company’s image.
The art of negotiation in a process of this type is a useful, necessary and conducive tool to obtain the best possible result. And comprehensive and legal advice, which includes the emotional accompaniment of the protagonists, will help make the process a success in itself.
In our way of seeing the profession, registering these essential elements and generating “win to win” processes helps us to become better business lawyers, for the benefit of our clients, whatever the area of our expertise.