Fire

(redirected from fireside)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Fire

Somewhat informal; to terminate the employment of an employee. An employee may be fired for cause, such as for sexual harassment or absenteeism, or, in many cases, without cause. A fired employee is often eligible to collect unemployment insurance for a certain period of time.
References in periodicals archive ?
It is easy to carry with a good-sized handle, so you can easily keep the kindling topped up by the fireside. Priced at PS30 from www.cuckooland.com
Fireside Chats With The President is produced by Los Angeles based creative agency, Whirled.
Michael Jarvis: "Fireside is not sure to get into the Lincoln"
"Fireside Nut Brown is an adventurous yet classic flavor rounding out our family of year-round and seasonal beer offerings," Mr.
also can't resist the allure of Sunday brunch at the Adobe, within walking distance of the Fireside, its restaurant seating within mere feet of the inappropriately named Pacific.
But Tribune Investments, which owns 108, refused to sell up for pounds 125,000 after learning it was to be used to build a new Fireside World store instead of for an open space.
At event after event, the fireside chat has no fireplace and no crackling flame.
Fireside Investments is a private investment firm focused on making growth capital investments in durational real estate and related businesses alongside leading management teams and investment partners.
The Mills & Reeve team are aiming to raise PS1,000 for SIFA Fireside, adding to the PS2,500 raised by their runners last year for The Birmingham Crisis Centre.
Perfect for your fireside, it costs pounds 39.99 from www.amaroni.com.
FIRESIDE could make his debut for Michael Jarvis in the William Hill Lincoln at Doncaster on March 28.
Washington, Dec.9 (ANI): Viewership for President-elect Barack Obama's weekly YouTube "fireside chats" has tanked, dropping more than 50 percent since his initial video three weeks ago.