How to deal with the fallout from bad employees

06/16/2013 | FastCasual.com

A few bad employees have the power to hurt your business, and the bad attitudes, poor habits and negative behaviors they display when you're not around may be the hidden reason for suffering sales, writes loss-prevention consultant D.B. "Libby" Libhart. He shares tips for weeding them out, starting with doing your best to not hire them in the first place.

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