|Question||Clyde Peters has worked as a senior systems analyst for 17 years at NJ Industries. He has a good work record and a positive image throughout the company. Recently, he came under the supervision of the new controller, John Baxter who has quickly found himself dissatisfied with Peters’ performance. Baxter believes that Peters has failed to properly implement the company’s new computerized financial system. As well, he has failed to design a strategic plan for his department.
These two matters have caused considerable problems between the two. Baxter is considering recommending Peters’ termination. How should the problem be resolved? Do grounds for termination exist?