Need to pull the bandaid off and let a non-technical employee go. There is no real performance issue other than the person is moving at status quo pace. He comes in on time, gets his stuff done and leaves when the whistle blows. We know its not a glamorous job and underpaid, but we need to watch our burn at this point.
Anyone go through this and have examples of how to break the news? How will it affect this person’s peers who are safe (for now). They may not burn the midnight oil, but they think outside the box and create/execute ideas.