Some employees can seem ineffective to their colleagues at times. It’s not because they’re irritatingly loud or because you caught them stealing paper clips from the office stockroom. They’re the employees who always seem to turn in sub-par work, affecting the entire team performance. Whatever the reason, you’re probably wondering why the manager hasn’t fired them yet.
But firing people is not as simple as it seems. It is huge decision that involves the company’s productivity, the office culture, and - in some circumstances - the future of the firm. Even if this particular employee gives the workplace a lot of headache, here’s why smart managers can’t hand them the pink slip.