Practical Practice Management A Division of Top Practices
One of the most difficult types of co-workers to have is one that does not carry his or her portion of the workload in the office. We all have days when we move a bit slower, but this type of co-worker is like this on a regular basis.
For example: they wait for someone else to answer the phone first so they do not have to. Or they see things that need to be done around the office, like trash that needs to be emptied or filing that is sitting there, but just leave it for someone else to do. They always appear busy, but are not.
Because these employees do not step up to the plate and are not active and engaged players of the office team, they weigh down the rest of the team by leaving extra things to take care of.
As long as they have not…
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