Hiring people, which is also otherwise called as Recruiting, is one of the primitively important things that employers do. When you hire a person for your company, your decision will not just affect how that person performs that job, it will affect how everyone in their work group(s) performs their jobs as well. No one is perfect but when you hire truly dysfunctional people, they will have effects on everything and everyone in which they come into contact, including your customers. While no one wears a T-shirt advertising their dysfunction, it’s really so simple to avoid hiring these people that you have to wonder why every employer has at least one of these types of people working for them, often in a management role. While they don’t wear T-shirts they are easy to pick out if you know what to look for and how to talk to them.
Bullying has become a major concern in recent years. Its proliferation can be seen not just in schools, but also at the workplace. One only has to look to social media to see how bullying has exploded not just in frequency but also viciously. Sadly, for many people lying has become quite prevalent. One usually needs only to look around the office to see how corrosive the effects of passive-aggressive coworkers are. Experts estimate that roughly, 1 in 25 Americans is a sociopath and one study alleges narcissism is growing at a rate relative to that of obesity.
MBA, MS, specializes in solving company "people problems"