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How to Know When to Let an Employee Go – And the Right Way to Do It

Marcus Lemonis, host of CNBC's The Profit, shares his best advice for turning the negative experience of firing an employee into a positive one.
By Entrepreneur Partner Studio Staff


As an entrepreneur or manager, you’re typically pretty optimistic after hiring a new employee or promoting someone to take on more responsibility. Sometimes though, despite your best judgment and vetting efforts, those people simply don’t work out.

In this video – filmed during a recent event sponsored by The UPS Store® and Entrepreneur – businessman and host of CNBC’s The Profit, Marcus Lemonis, shares his best advice for turning the negative of firing an employee into a positive.

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