THE DUTTY ARTZ GROUP: GUIDLINES TO CONSIDER WHEN TERMINATING A DJ
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Dutty Artz’s first two articles on termination guidelines can be found on this Dutty Artz blog site, which you can link to here: http://duttyartz.com/
In a previous Dutty Artz series of articles we discussed things to consider when you are considering DJ termination. We presented ideas on what Dutty Artz consultants recommend to Dutty Artz clients on this matter. In this new series we are covering guidelines to bear in mind once you have actually decided to terminate the DJ under consideration. These are guidelines that Dutty Artz consultants go over with their Dutty Artz clients, especially clients new to the Dutty Artz program.
As previously noted, all of this information can be found in Dutty Artz Group’s copyrighted Job Description and Office Policy Manual that all new Dutty Artz clients receive as part of their Dutty Artz program. The Dutty Artz Group’s 400 plus page manual can be easily edited for any office and is something all Dutty Artz consultants ensure is implemented with Dutty Artz clients. In today’s litigious world, having proper policies in place, and following them, is vitally important.
Here are several more guidelines to keep in mind when discharging a DJ:
o When the DJ Begs: If an DJ begs for a second chance, you have got to be tough. Be willing to explain things but don’t give the slightest indication that you are flexible in your decision.
o Arguing the Reasons: Don’t argue with the DJ. Indicate that you have the specific documentation supporting the decision. On the other hand, if the DJ’s argument convinces you that something has been overlooked, indicate you will check it out as quickly as possible and do so.
We will present more guidelines for termination in upcoming Dutty Artz blogs.