Mike Maslanka discusses a valuable lesson he learned a long time ago, which he re-lives when he counsels employers about whether or not they should fire an employee —  in his latest installment of Mike Maslanka @ Your Desk video series for Texas Bar Today. Watch his video.

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Trade Secrets

Let’s Talk About Losing

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Poetry & Persuasion

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The Power of Questions

Have Compassion for Yourself

Civility: A Lesson from Churchill and Chamberlain

Retaliation Claims: SCOTUS Ponders Jury Instructions

Make Your Employees Take Vacations

How to Accept Things You Cannot Control

Perfection is the Enemy

Business Ethics: Trust Actions, Not Words

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How to Persuade a Colleague to Change

The Difference Between “Right to Work” and “At Will” Employment

Persuasion, Drugs, and Abraham Lincoln

The Best and Worst Big-Screen Lawyers

Witness Preparation: Some Things You Just Can’t Change

What Constitutes a Religion?

President Lincoln

Firing is Like Love: You Just Know When It’s Right