So, you have an employee who is not performing, despite repeated warnings. Does that mean you should get rid of them and hire someone who is prepared to work hard? Where do you draw the line on acceptable behaviour? Let’s take former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd as an example, did he deserve to lose his job?
On today’s BTalk author James Adonis, director of Team Leaders, says sacking should be a last resort, but agrees sometimes it just has to be done. He highlights a few things you need to look at first and warns of the rocky road that lies ahead should you sack someone unfairly.