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Address Performance Problems

YOU HAVE NOW selected the right people, started them off right, given them lots of work to do, and have provided them with all the training and resources that they need to do an excellent job. Regardless, you are going to have performance problems. It is the nature of work, and an essential part of being a manager.

Somehow, the job is not getting done, the employee is not getting along with others, or there are problems with the quality of the work that are having negative downstream effects. The individual might not be coming to work on time or is causing disharmony and unhappiness in the office as the result of criticizing, complaining, or displaying other forms of negativity.

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