How to cut ties with an employee who just isn't cutting it

03/30/2012 | Small Business Trends

If you are having trouble with your employees, identify the problem and talk to them about it, writes Susan Payton of Egg Marketing & Communications. If they are hurting your company and there's nothing you can do to improve their performance, you might have no choice but to fire them. "Resort to firing only if you have already exhausted other means for helping him succeed," she writes.

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