Why you shouldn't wait to fire a bad employee

11/27/2013 | BothSidesOfTheTable.com

Startups often have only a small number of employees, meaning that even a couple of poor performers can have a devastating impact, writes venture capitalist Mark Suster. Startup leaders are often slow to deal with personnel problems, but there is value in acting quickly to fix a hiring mistake. "Teams are organisms and they detect bad cells even more quickly than leadership does," Suster writes. "Failing to act undermines confidence."

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