Amazon culls employees. Is it right or wrong?

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Recently a much publicised New York Times expose’ on Amazon’s work practises highlighted that it undertakes an annual culling of underperforming employees known within the company as “purposeful Darwinism”. The practice involves reviewing the performance of all employees over the year and then letting the lowest performers go. Is this poor treatment of employees or good management practice? Continue reading “Amazon culls employees. Is it right or wrong?”

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Amazon culls employees. Is it right or wrong?