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These 7 Types Of Employees Should Be Fired Right Away!

These 7 Types Of Employees Should Be Fired Right Away!

7 Types Of Employees You Should Fire

     

    If you’re a manager, you’re number one priority should be your employees. You should cultivate a teamwork-friendly environment where people get their jobs done without wanting to put their heads through a wall. However, sometimes it’s the employees that make an office environment unbearable.

    New York company Taskworld has illustrated the seven most common employees that are likely to mess up your work dynamic and who you should probably fire. We’ve got the usual suspects such as thieves, slackers, idiots, and anyone who shows up naked, but there are also six others that may not seem like obvious picks.

    7 Types Of Employees You Should Fire | Task World

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