When to hold your fire

08/24/2009 | GruntledEmployees.com

While an employee who is violent or dishonest should always be fired, there are "degrees" of offensiveness that might not require termination, Jay Shepherd writes. It "might be overkill for boorish behavior that lacks malice and that could be cured with training," he writes.

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