When is it time to cut an underperforming employee loose?  I get this question all the time.  It's not always an easy question to answer not to mention that firing people sucks.

You want to be timely about the situation and have a process for handling development needs.  Too  many business owners wait and wait and wait to see if the employee turns it around on their own.  These types of things don't improve by accident.

Rather than worry about someone feelings let's worry about their future ability to be great.

I have three specific criteria to help me decide whether or not an employee is worth investing time in or not.  What are those criteria?  You are going to have to click the player below to find out or listen in iTunes.

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