It’s one thing to fire someone for managing employees poorly. But when the employees she managed resign in solidarity with her, that’s a pretty strong indicator that she wasn’t managing them poorly.

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It sounds like Julia’s co-founders objected to the way she was managing the nonprofit, not the way she managed her employees. They were concerned that she was taking too long to hire employees and get the site up and running.

Even if that’s true, the solution wasn’t to fire her!

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