Deal with problem employees directly

08/29/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

It's a mistake to implement restrictive, staffwide policies that are actually directed at one troublemaker, Suzanne Lucas writes. Instead of forming unnecessary rules, it's important to face the problem directly and have a frank discussion with the person who isn't meeting expectations.

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