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How These 6 Entrepreneurs Dealt With Difficult Employee Issues

From firing to rewarding talent, these founders share how they handled tough personnel decisions.
Source: Tommy Parker
Tommy Parker

For entrepreneurs, business is always personal -- which can make tricky staffing changes especially hard to implement. We asked six founders: What’s the toughest personnel decision you’ve made?

1. Firing your first.

“I had to fire my after four years of working together, three of which were just the two of us. She had

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