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    Dealing With Employee Psychological Issues

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    What should business leaders do with regards to the inability to implement necessary business processes due to the psychological challenges of staff? Should we continue down the path of treating these business, psychological and legal issues or should the leadership simply demand that "personal" issues have no place in business?

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    It is my belief that leadership should simply demand that personal issues have no place in business. This is due to the fact that individuals, who accept a job position, agree that they are capable of completing the duties that are required within the job position, with reasonable accommodation for handicapped individuals. Due to this factor, individuals must be able to perform the duties that they have agreed to be able to perform upon their initial hiring, or they would have to be replaced by other individuals that are capable ...

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    This solution describes key aspects involved in dealing with employee psychological issues.