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According to a new CareerBuilder survey, one in four bosses say they have an
employee they wish would QUIT. Younger managers are more likely than older ones
to want a problem employee to go away.
If any of these tactics sound familiar to you, you may be a problem employee. These are the most popular ways managers encourage employees to LEAVE...
1. 42% of managers give a formal warning.
2. 27% point out their shortcomings frequently.
3. 21% cut their responsibilities.
4. 12% hire their eventual replacement.
5. 8% transfer them to another area.
6. 8% keep the employee out of the loop with company news.
7. 7% only use email to communicate, instead of talking to them.
8. 6% don't invite them to meetings.
9. 3% shut them out of social gatherings.
But 32% of managers say they wouldn't do ANY of those things to an employee.