Good morning, you're fired

Osborne, D. M.
October 2000
Inc.;2000 Inc. 500, Vol. 22 Issue 15, p192
Looks at the employee termination policies of several company chief executive officers (CEO). Employee recruiting and termination policy of Ralph Fascitelli, CEO of Imagio, a public relations and advertising agency; Time frame set by Kenneth Hubbard, CEO of Hubbard Health Care, for the personal performance goals of his employees.


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