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    Love the Work You're With: Find the Job You Always Wanted Without Leaving the One You Have


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    Nasty People

    Welcome and Overview

    Most worries at work that we can actually do something about are caused by people. We've assembled over 1,200 links to articles and resources to help you address these problems. Since our site's content and services are completely free, please help us grow by telling others about us and participating in our community.  We suggest that you review the material below in view of any people problems at work.

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    Here is a sampling of the material available on the site:

    Open Mouth, Close Career?

    "How do you talk about that problem at work that no one wants to talk about? Here's how to stick out your neck without getting your head chopped off."

    Email Link  |  Vault  |  Comments  |  Read: fastcompany.com


    Ways Of Handling 'Difficult' Employees

    "If the person who can't take "No" is part of a team effort, such continual back-pedalling can be particularly harmful. What a manager should do is evaluate the troublesome employee carefully. If he is a valuable employee, the manager should follow some of the ideas below. But if the employee is marginal, his delaying pattern is a show of stubbornness and a closed mind; the manager may want to consider a replacement."

    Email Link  |  Vault  |  Comments  |  Read: adtimes.nstp.com.my


    Don't Burn Out!

    "Read the tips and tactics of these 15 Fast Company sages, your peers in the relentless race to the future. All of them are superbusy superbodies, and although they've suffered some bumps and bruises along the way, they've developed a few important tricks in the art of self-regeneration."

    Email Link  |  Vault  |  Comments  |  Read: fastcompany.com


    Managing Problem Employees

    "One of a manager´s toughest jobs is dealing with problem employees. No matter what the problem -- tardiness, sloppiness, poor performance -- the best course of action is always immediate. Allowing the problem to continue or escalate is counterproductive for the employee, for you and for the rest of your staff."

    Email Link  |  Vault  |  Comments  |  Read: allbusiness.com


    Discussion Forum

    This Discussion Forum is provided for visitors to raise problems and issues that they are facing and to provide comments and advice on topics raised by others. Click on one of the topics below to go directly to it.

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    Topic Poster Date Replies
    Co_ worker does not like me nosun4u 7/18/2011 2:29:54 AM 1
    How to deal with lazy and irresponsible people at office Cookie Monster 6/9/2011 3:42:56 PM 1
    BeicyGype BeicyGype 1/10/2011 8:40:19 AM 2
    Immature co-workers / Boss ignores workerbee 6/13/2010 2:53:32 PM 1
    Office Politics/Job Appointment Problem! SleepyJess 5/10/2010 11:08:53 AM 0


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