How to Manage Toxic Employees in a Remote Work Setting
Dealing with difficult employees is trickier in remote work
It’s one thing to manage a toxic employee in the office—and it’s another to do it remotely, where it’s more difficult to reach and monitor workers. And when we work remotely, toxic behavior can get worse: That slight toward a coworker is more easily sent in an instant message than said face-to-face. The added stress from the pandemic and being stuck at home can also exacerbate negative behaviors.
“I definitely see more conflict happening. I heard that from my clients when everyone went remote,” said Jamie Notter, a conflict resolution expert and workplace culture consultant.
Use these tips to manage toxic behavior and prevent it from spreading in a remote setting.
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