Dealing with difficult employees is inevitable. As a manager, there will always be employees or clients who are annoying, lazy, or just downright rude. You have a choice to either work with them or let them go. Terminating the employment of difficult employees may help you in the short term, but it also increases hiring costs. And what if the employee is a high performer?
Download this report and learn about four different employee problems that require specialized management skills:
Difficult employees are always going to be in the workplace. The way in which you manage these employees will not only effect your reputation as a manager, but also the organization’s bottom line.