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Chrm Message From: skopun Total Posts: 13 Join Date: 05/05/2006
Rank: Executive Post Date: 23/05/2006 18:07:40 Points: 65 Location: Philippines
Being an HR professional for more than 10 years, I have crossed paths with employees who can make your sunny day gloomy. They are late for work, unproductive, unhappy with what they have and complains a lot.

Behavior of these employees are like cancer cells that can infect other employees.

How do we decipher these applicants during interview? If we already have these people on board, how do we handle them?


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Chrm Message From: nilinaelais@yahoo.com Total Posts: 2 Join Date: 05/05/2006  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 26/05/2010 05:13:06 Points: 10 Location: Philippines
As far as problem making employees case are concerned my opinion is they are not special human beings but they are also part of the system and the skill of an HR professional lies in handling these type of employees.Counselling and stress management techniques can help them a lot.
Chrm Message From: r8drj29 Total Posts: 2 Join Date: 05/05/2006  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 15/08/2010 03:11:16 Points: 10 Location: Philippines
I think developing probing questions in the interview process that make the prospective employee give specific examples of times they exhibited certain behaviors is important to getting an idea of future behavior.
Chrm Message From: r8drj29 Total Posts: 2 Join Date: 05/05/2006  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 15/08/2010 03:13:16 Points: 10 Location: Philippines
Once they are on board is another story.  In that case, it is important to communicate with the team member and find out exactly what the issue is.  By opening up and letting them know that you are interested in what is going on in their lives, you might just be able to help them change their attitude. 

If not, then performance manage them out.

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