I fired him that no good…….. To often I hear small business owners tell great tales of a firing they are so proud of; what they fail to also share is how the owner now had 2 jobs to do until the post was filled. I have learned to just keep the no good …… around for a week or two longer until I have interviewed and believe I have a better replacement. I also NEVER let someone go who is in the middle of a job which always turns into an Easter Egg hunt trying to fine out where everything is and all the things that need to be done. Plus it never looks good to the client who you are presently serving to have any turnover in the middle of their job, no matter what your explanation is. Well, he stole from us so I let him go. And that is the last thing you want tell you4 present customer happened. Simply put, don’t put unneeded strain on you and your employees because you have one person who needs to go. I am all for letting this person go but just like any good invasion it should be thought out with the least amount of casualties.