We fired our top talent. Best decision we ever made.
Jonathan Solórzano-Hamilton

This article was unbelievable, but so true, I had this situation in a less violent situation about myself, I was in technical support / dev and wanted to leave it to become full dev, and I realized I was in a critic state for the company, I knew literally everything of the job, and passing the knowledge was complicated. 
Another guy in production department was the first employee, and some stuff was done by only him, and he didn’t share to keep at part of the knowledge for himself and be irreplaceable, when he was eventually fired we learned to do things without him, and his knowledge was attributed to the all team

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