A Survival Guide to Managing Employees from Hell: Handling

A Survival Guide to Managing Employees from Hell: Handling


A Survival Guide to Managing Employees from Hell: Handling Idiots, Whiners, Slackers, And Other Workplace Demons ➺ [Reading] ➼ A Survival Guide to Managing Employees from Hell: Handling Idiots, Whiners, Slackers, And Other Workplace Demons By Gini Graham Scott ➯ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk All managers get saddled with problem employees from time to time; what sets great managers apart is how they deal with them Drawing from real life stories this helpful and humorous guide provides rea All managers get Guide to PDF ✓ saddled with problem employees from time to time; what sets great managers apart is how they deal with them Drawing from real life stories this helpful and humorous guide provides readers with A Survival PDF/EPUB ² practical advice for handling a wide range of difficult types including The Impossible Is Incompetents Idiots and Imbeciles clueless employees who simply don’t know what they’re doing The Bull in the Office China Shop the freuently Survival Guide to Kindle Ð angry worker ready to confront anyone and everyone The Party Time Performer the employee who although great with people constantly turns work time into fun time I’ve Got a Problem employees whose work is compromised by Survival Guide to Managing Employees MOBI :Ú any of a range of personal demons from drug and alcohol problems to emotional issues Survival Guide to Managing Employees MOBI :Ú From whiners and wastrels to the needy and nefarious this book gives readers the tools they need to handle any type of difficult employee.


5 thoughts on “A Survival Guide to Managing Employees from Hell: Handling Idiots, Whiners, Slackers, And Other Workplace Demons

  1. Corinne Corinne says:

    While I'm not currently managing a staff I was compelled to read this because I figured it could help me in the future I learn best when examples are provided and this book was chock full of examples of bad employees and how to address issues I thought most of the advice was pretty solidMy big problem with this book was that it needed another round of copyedits before it went to press I found several instances where the names of the employees and the bosses got mixed up in the examples Hope they fix these errors in the next edition


  2. Melissa Knowles Melissa Knowles says:

    As an operations professional with extensive experience in managing successful teams as well as two HR certifications I believe this book not only proves unhelpful but offers bad advice I assigned it as reading for my leadership team which has a few junior managers I ended up pulling the plug on the assignment Lesson learned and I won't assign reading again before reading a book myself


  3. Renae Renae says:

    The gist of this book If you have a bad employee then fire them I wonder if the writer has ever worked with Human Resources


  4. Carrie Stevens Carrie Stevens says:

    This book is made of case studies telling the stories tough workplace situations and leaving you to decide what the manager should have done and what heshe should do in the futureI liked it as a general study of the group dynamics of a workplace and I also liked it because it provided many suggestions of how one can react to a situation running from the obvious immediate termination to ignore it and it will go away including very interesting ideas in between those two normal reactionsIt didn't address anything that would help me at this moment however as I'm not running a traditional workplace I should really read something about managing volunteers instead But this book is an interesting read and I felt like it expanded my mind a bit about how a manager's reactions to a situation can affect the entire staff


  5. Ravi Ravi says:

    Not a great book to deal with real world situations


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