How to fix a worker's bad attitude

09/29/2009 | Evil HR Lady

When an employee is technically good at a job but has a bad attitude, meet in a closed-door session to outline the specific instances where the behavior has caused problems, writes the blogger known as the Evil HR Lady. Leave no room for ambiguity, she advises, suggesting the following language: "The negative attitude makes me less inclined to promote you and certainly doesn't reflect well on you with respect to how you are perceived by others in the company."

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