What manager likes to fire employees? But, when you are a self-owned lockshop with technicians and employees, it’s part of the job.
When do you know it’s time to let someone go, and when do you know it’s time to try to fix their errors? Here’s four guides to know when it’s time to fire an employee.
- Not performing up to expectations
- Can’t handle change
- Lacks enthusiasm and drive
- Doesn’t fit into company’s culture
If you have evaluated an employee’s performance, attitude toward growth, motivation and cultural fit, and decide it’s in your company’s best interest to let him or her go, you still need to consider one more thing: legal issues.
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