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Time's up | What to do when a high-level underperforming employee just won't quit

What to do when a high-level underperforming employee just won't quit

After weeks of speculation, and scandal after scandal that would have unseated a less tenacious Prime Minister, Boris Johnson has finally agreed to step down. However, it took a revolt from within his own party, and multiple resignations from Government ministers, before he could be persuaded to do so.

This raises an interesting point for business leaders: what happens, from a leadership perspective, if a high level, underperforming employee won’t leave voluntarily?

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