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Drill Deeper Than “Fit” as Reason For Termination

William Nolan

William A. Nolan

Partner
Columbus Managing Partner

It is common for employers to tell us “he is just not a fit here.” My recent article in another publication discusses how, while it is certainly true that some employees are not a good fit in your organization, it is almost always advisable to break down and articulate the more specific pieces that make up “fit” for liability prevention purposes. Read more here.


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