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Amanda Farahany (left) and Todd Stanton. (Courtesy photos) Amanda Farahany (left) and Todd Stanton. (Courtesy photos)

The year’s end is fast approaching, and the pressure is on for employers to hit financial forecasts, particularly this year when many businesses have been negatively affected by the pandemic. Employee performance is also under the microscope, and it’s tempting to clean house and start the new year on the right track. Cutting low-producing staff might seem like a great solution, but think twice before terminating employees during the holiday season—even if you think they have to go.

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