We’ve all witnessed the havoc and felt the pain created by problem co-workers. Ironically, the biggest mistake managers make when managing problem employees is avoiding the problem. They stay away from the employee and place added burdens on other employees whom they trust. This leads to a whole host of other bigger problems.
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