Disciplining and Firing
The process isn't fun but, in order to grow, you need the right people in the right positions. Here are some helpful tips in case you need to let someone go.
The Candle Pour's Misty & Dennis Akers share their expertise and help business owners with how they might want to think about staffing and why who you hire is essential to creating an unforgettable experience.
Confronting employees who misbehave is never fun (or easy), but company leaders can't afford to ignore bad behavior until it creates larger issues.
Few people enjoy confrontation, and nobody likes the few who do, but it's your job to speak up for the good of the company.
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When you're fired up and saying awful things about people, it can get you fired.
Distinguishing an employee who needs help from an employee who has run out of chances is part of running your own business.
Good leaders will wisely assess the situation and find the courage to take action following a firing or round of layoffs.
Firing an executive is sure to create anxiety but sometimes you have no alternative except to push past your fears and make a change.
Yes, companies have bad employees and managers, but they operate amid a culture that allows them to behave poorly.
Important points include minimizing the departing staffer's embarrassment -- and keeping an eye on his or her actual departure.
Not everybody who needs a paycheck is enthusiastic about work.
Start with the bad news, tell them when the last check will be in their bank account and get them out the door.
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