BY KERRI FIVECOAT-CAMPBELL
There are two things that are pretty certain in the job world: The first is that no one likes to be fired; the second is that no one likes to do the firing. However, there are times when you may have to let one of your managers go; it’s almost inevitable. According to a report released by CareerBuilder.com last year, 74 percent of employers say they had hired the wrong person for a position at least once. The same report cited 66 percent of employees reported being hired for a position only to realize they were a bad fit once they got into the job.