Termination

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3 Signs It's Time to Fire the Boss
Leadership

3 Signs It's Time to Fire the Boss

Firing an executive is sure to create anxiety but sometimes you have no alternative except to push past your fears and make a change.
Cris Burnam
Have to Terminate an Employee? Here Are 5 Best Practices.
Termination

Have to Terminate an Employee? Here Are 5 Best Practices.

Important points include minimizing the departing staffer's embarrassment -- and keeping an eye on his or her actual departure.
Doug and Polly White
Walgreens Ends Relationship With Theranos in Latest Blow For Startup
Theranos

Walgreens Ends Relationship With Theranos in Latest Blow For Startup

Theranos was once praised for its fast, less-invasive blood testing technology, but the company has found itself in the spotlight after media reports raised questions about the accuracy of its proprietary tests.
How to Fire Someone Without Ruining Your Employer Brand
Managing Employees

How to Fire Someone Without Ruining Your Employer Brand

The employee you fired isn't going to love you but not hating you on social media is the next best thing.
Heather R. Huhman
We Are More Than What We Do
Make More Happen

We Are More Than What We Do

Being fired helped me realize there's more to life than just my job. Looking back, I had fallen into a identity crisis trap.
John Brubaker
The Right Way to Fire an Employee
Firing

The Right Way to Fire an Employee

There are specific actions you should take before and during the termination to make it as smooth as possible.
Doug and Polly White
Should That Employee Be Fired? Ask These 5 Questions First.
Firing

Should That Employee Be Fired? Ask These 5 Questions First.

Terminating a worker is a big decision that should be done with care, so carefully evaluate these factors before taking any action.
Doug and Polly White
How to Let Go of Employees With Love and Dignity
Growth Strategies

How to Let Go of Employees With Love and Dignity

There is nothing worse than a firing or a layoff. But you can ease your employees' pain by acting with faith and love.
Sandi Krakowski