Our draughtsman is not up to the job and has no contract: can I just give him notice?

I own a small architect’s practice which I took over from my father. We still employ a draughtsman who started working here when my dad was in charge. He is not really up to the job and I think it is in the firm’s interest to get rid of him. ...

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