Passive-aggressive employees, shame masters and teamwork saboteurs aren't just bad for office morale, they cost companies serious money in recruitment to replace the workers they drive away, write Mitchell Kusy and Elizabeth Holloway. Putting a stop to bad behaviors requires more than just providing these "toxic" workers with honest feedback, they argue. Companies must address the team dynamics and organizational systems that allowed disruptive behavior to fester, they write.

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