Do you have an ultra-talented employee no one else can seem to get along with? Take these 5 steps to improve the situation.


Written by lyceum
1408 days ago

What is the definition of a "jerk" in a business situation? I would say that a "jerk" will cost you more in the long run, so you can't afford it. Personally, I wouldn't tolerate a jerk at my company.

Written by tcamba
1412 days ago

NO and NO! Jerks are not worth keeping in my honest opinion. Don't turn yourself and dip your team into a toxic relationship with somebody that is great but not so great working with. THERE ARE OTHER great people out there! You just have too look at little bit farther!

Written by bloggerpalooza
1413 days ago

For me, I think they are worth keeping if you are aiming for your company to improve.

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