Firing an employee could create new problems

04/1/2013 |

You might expect that your life will improve immediately after getting rid of a troublesome employee, but instead you might find that your workload increases as you attempt to reassign projects and look for a replacement. You might also feel guilty about whether you made the right decision, and other employees might worry that they will be next to go. Plan carefully and examine your management style before firing an employee.

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