More Posts on Firing
How to Fire an Employee: 4 Ways to Make the Process Kinder
Make the dreaded act less painful for everyone.
What Small Business Owners Should Know About Wrongful Termination Lawsuits
Award amounts can range from $5,000 to $80,000. Many claims are settled by employers to avoid damage to the company's reputation.
I've Had to Fire Hundreds of People. Here Are 5 Lessons I've Learned.
Be strategic about your hiring process - and the process of letting people go who aren't a fit - to accelerate your team's success and your company's bottom line.
A Strong Network Can Be Your Business's Best Safety Net
When I lost my job, I felt like I lost everything. But I hadn't. Here's how I built a network that helped me rebound even stronger.
Is It Time to Get Rid of That Disappointing Employee?
The Phillies recently demoted their underperforming third baseman, Maikel Franco. Should you take a play from their book?
Avoid Elon Musk-Style Firing Sprees by Having Hard Conversations Sooner
Confronting employees who misbehave is never fun (or easy), but company leaders can't afford to ignore bad behavior until it creates larger issues.
Why Firing Some of Your Employees Could Be the Best Thing You Can Do for Your Business
It's time to truly evaluate your employees to determine if they're still (or ever have been) a good fit for your organization.
The Step-by-Step Guide to Firing a Remote Employee
There are ways to make the process fair, respectful and relatively painless.