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How To Let Someone Go From Your Company

by Mike J. Agugliaro

If you’ve ever had a team, you’ve probably had to fire someone. And if you haven’t had to fire anyone yet, just wait because you will eventually.

People. If you have people on your team, you probably feel some days like you want to go back to working by yourself. Sure, you didn’t get as much done on your own as you do with a team but at least you don’t have to deal with people issues.

People are messy and complicated. They bring a whole bunch of challenges. They don’t always show up on time, they don’t always give their very best, and they ask to leave early (but if you took the same approach with their paychecks, you’d never hear the end of it).

Yes, you probably have amazing people on your team and you don’t know what you’d do without them. But the fact is, not everyone is an A-player. And another fact is, not everyone should remain in your company.

If you’ve ever had a team, you’ve probably had to fire someone. And if you haven’t had to fire anyone yet, just wait because you will eventually.

Firing is a challenge for a lot of people. It’s negative, it can feel hurtful, it can stir up emotions in yourself (as you let someone go that you’ve been friendly with) and in the employee (they can feel angry and betrayed).

Not surprisingly, many contractors avoid firing because of how negative it is. However, this is not a healthy way to build a business because it keeps the wrong people in your company.

Here’s how to fire an employee without the pain and hassle.

Continue reading the full article HERE.

 

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