Globe and Mail – Marjo Johne | October 17, 2012
In his early years as a small business owner and employer, Ryan Gill used to put off the unpleasant task of firing an employee.
“I would wait until Friday afternoon – my way of deferring the inevitable,” recalls Mr. Gill, president of Cult Collective Ltd., a digital marketing agency in Calgary. “But all I was doing was allowing a person who wasn’t a good fit to stay in the agency for another week.”
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