How to make firing a salesperson as painless as possible

04/4/2012 | Sales Benchmark Index

Poor-performing salespeople should not be surprised when you fire them, writes Dan Perry. For this reason, it's a good idea to track performance issues in a performance-improvement plan. Also, make sure you have someone else with you when you do the firing, and keep your emotions out of it, he advises.

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