I Can't Fire Him Now, I Need Him
All companies experience an employee whose performance has continued to slip and, even after multiple interventions, continues to underperform. But when bosses are asked why they haven’t fired him or her, they always have excuses. Here’s why excuses are not good enough to keep a poorly performing employee around:
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