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    Personnel Supervision and Evaluation

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    What is the difference between a problem employee and a problem situation? Have you been in a problem situation? Have you ever considered yourself a problem employee? If yes, why? Explain your response.

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    A problem employee is someone that persistently causes disruptions, commotion, and problems within the organization as they are habitually tardy, disrespectful, or any other array of negative behaviors that will cause non-cohesion within the organization. These employees ...

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    A discussion on the difference between a problem employee and a problem situation.

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