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Apple Fires Employee After Daughter's iPhone X Video Goes Viral

It's a reminder of the secrecy tech companies enforce on employees.

Jon Fingas

· 2 min read

It's Not You, It's Me: When You Have to Let an Employee Go Because It's Just Not Right

This founder discovered his lack of planning for new roles eventually led to trouble.

Jason Saltzman

· 1 min read

How to Do Right By Employees -- and the Company -- During a Workforce Change Like the Recent Tesla Firings

Whatever the reason for workforce reductions, companies must take the time to plan and employ best practices.

Sanjay Sathe

· 7 min read

If You Don't Want to Be Fired From Your Startup, Founders Should Remember These 3 Things

Not being in alignment with your board can cause troubles even founders can't manage

Clint Korver

· 6 min read

Stop Holding on: It's Time to Let Employees You Like Go

When multiple employees are complaining about a co-worker -- even one you really like -- that's an unmistakable red flag.

Heather R. Huhman

· 7 min read

What Top Performers Can Learn From Disney's Firing of the Voice of Kermit the Frog

It comes to show that even at the highest level, you still need to be a team player.

Nina Zipkin

· 4 min read

Kermit the Frog's Voice Actor Publishes a Heartbreaking Letter After Being Fired

This isn't the typical response from an employee who was let go.

Rose Leadem

· 2 min read

Sorry Bro, You're Out: How to Fire a Family Member Without Destroying the Family -- and the Business

While you should never have to fire a family member, here are five steps to make it go as smoothly as possible.

Kathy Kolbe and Amy Bruske

· 5 min read

Travis Kalanick Stepped Down, But Uber's Problems Won't Be Instantly Solved

It's going to take a lot more to regain customer and employee trust than a symbolic resignation.

Nina Zipkin

· 4 min read

Travis Kalanick to Take a Leave of Absence. Here Are 9 CEOs Who Were Fired or Decided to Step Down.

The embattled ride-hailing company has faced numerous public relations disasters.

Nina Zipkin and Jason Fell

· 7 min read