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8 things you must do to fire a practice employee

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Letting someone go is never easy, but here are key tips to handle it the right way.

No matter how much time you spend vetting potential hires, eventually, someone isn’t going to work out. Maybe their work ethic isn’t as good as you hoped, maybe they aren’t rising to the challenges a hectic office environment requires, or maybe they’ve become a problem over time. Regardless of the reason, there will come a time when an employee needs to be let go. These decisions are difficult, but the change needs to be made for the long-term benefit of the practice and the other employees.

Here are 8 things you must do to fire a practice employee.

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