By AnonUser464 - 08/01/2013 16:40 - United States
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"I am sorry but do to budget constraints I have been told I have to let you go. *Hands tissue. "The good news is now that you are no longer working at Longfellow, Handcock and Johnson it wouldn't violate company policy if we were to see each other...socially?" *Removes stiletto heel from groin. "Too soon?"
I think you and the four employees have to complain to HR. It's not your job to fire workers and from the FML, it looks like unfair dismissal for the workers.
Well, OP may be a manager himself, so he may verywell have the authority and the responsibility for firing people. However, OP could explain to his flame that it's his boss that's firing her and he's just the messenger, then he can follow it up with a consoling dinner and a night time massage to sooth her.
Make sure to let her know how you feel beforehand and explain that it was his decision and not yours. Let her know how much of a hard worker you know that she is