If you need to get someone off the job because they are incompetent or are a general nuisance to work place order then you should fire them quickly but if they have serious problems then you should try to work with them if they are a good employee. If they work good then give them a chance.
Whenever a decision is made to terminate someone, it should not be made lightly or without proper research and decision making. Barring any serious, violent misconduct of an individual, termination of employment should be something that is planned out, not done rashly and without thought. When something is done quickly it is often done wrong. People may be wrongfully terminated and that is not something the Department of Veterans Affairs needs to deal with.
The law aimed at firing people quickly should no longer be practiced by the Department of Veterans Affairs. It is not fair to workers to receive such a short notice of their termination without gathering all the facts and reasons behind their termination. The termination process should be fair and balanced to all sides before any rash decisions are made about the status of their employment. The law needs to be reexamined or abolished quickly and the the Department of Veterans Affairs should no longer practice this law in their employment practices.
The Department of Veterans Affairs should have followed the law that allows the department to fire people quickly. There were clearly many incompetent employees working for the department. This incompetence led to a decline in quality health care for veterans. Therefore, these bad employees should have been fired. In short, the Department of Veterans Affairs should not have abandoned the law that allows for employees to be fired quickly.