13 Personality Traits Of A Horrible Employee


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13 EMPLOYEE PERSONALITY TRAITS OF A HORRIBLE


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1. COMPLAINS Bad employees are always complaining, and nothing is ever good enough for them.


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2. MAKES EXCUSES Bad employees never take responsibility for their actions and always find an excuse.


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3. LACKS ENTHUSIASM When a new task or project comes up, this employee is always the least excited.


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NOPE. 4. DOESN’T HELP OTHERS They’re always saying “It’s not my job”, and are never willing to go above and beyond.


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5. GOSSIPS Gossip destroys morale and the team dynamic, and creates cliques within the company.


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6. LIES An employee that lies and makes up stories is really dangerous for the team.


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7. KNOWS-IT-ALL Bad employees act like they know everything and are too good for whatever you have to say.


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8. WORKS ALONE Bad employees are set on working alone. You need collaboration to thrive as a team.


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9. IRRESPONSIBLE Bad employees often miss deadlines, are late for work, and break their promises.


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10. SHOWS NO INITIATIVE Good employees take initiative, whereas bad ones just stand around waiting to be told what to do next.


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11. DOESN’T ASK QUESTIONS Bad employees aren’t willing to ask questions and learn new things. NOPE.


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12. DOESN’T GROW They don’t invest in themselves to become better people and grow within the company.


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13. GETS DISTRACTED Good employees know how to stay focused, and bad employees are easily distracted.


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14. DOESN’T SUPPORT A GOOD COMPANY CULTURE Any employee that’s not willing to improve the company culture should be let go, because they will bring down the rest of the team.


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