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Keith, I have heard a few cases where a manager fired an employee out of personal issues. I think shouldn't happen. Don't you think so?
Of course not, but a manager's job is to "manage" a business without making it personal.. If an employee isn't performing their work to the manager's satisfaction, then it's the manager's duty to cut them.
To avoid cases where some managers get personal when dealing with business issues, should they perhaps be deprived of this role?