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If You’ve Ever Wanted A Panic Button, This Is Your Chance
Jul18

If You’ve Ever Wanted A Panic Button, This Is Your Chance

As extensions of ourselves, the place where we keep our possessions, the place where more and more of us work – it just makes sense to protect our homes.

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10 Right Ways To Fire An Employee
May09

10 Right Ways To Fire An Employee

Firing someone is never easy, but you have to be prepared with what you’re going to say and not waver from that position. It’s unfortunate that, as an employer, you have to be wary about potential litigation when firing someone. That’s why it’s best to just keep it short and professional. It’s often a good…

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How To Let An Employee Go Without Being A D-Bag
Mar18

How To Let An Employee Go Without Being A D-Bag

It is probably the worst part about being in charge – firing someone. Regardless of whether or not the economy is on an upswing, telling someone that they aren’t going to have a source of income (from your company anyway) any longer is really difficult. Let’s being real the firing process is uncomfortable for…

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Startup Recruiting: 3 Lessons Over 4 Years
Aug21

Startup Recruiting: 3 Lessons Over 4 Years

These are lessons learned (sometimes the hard way) over the past four years while helping grow SponsorPay into one of the top 100 private digital media companies globally. As such, they’re my/our catalog of experiences rather than a rigorous analysis of a large dataset. Much has been said about the adage…

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11 Methods For Dealing With Problem Employees
Jul17

11 Methods For Dealing With Problem Employees

When you need to deal with a problem employee, be prepared to reference the original description for that position or project, and frame the talk around actions. ‘You need to stop doing this, and start doing this,’ is easier to communicate than blame or lectures. ‘You’re screwing this up’ or ‘Why can’t you…

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