Management of problem employees; identification, tools, legalities, strategies, and tricks for the government supervisor.9781932612875
Management of problem employees; identification, tools, legalities, strategies, and tricks for the government supervisor.
Corum, a trainer and consultant, details strategies, games, ruses, counterpunches, and dirty tricks dirty tricks
1. Covert intelligence operations designed to disrupt the economy or upset the political situation in another country.
2. to use when dealing with disciplinary and performance problems in the federal civil service. Writing in plain language with a sense of humor Noun 1. sense of humor - the trait of appreciating (and being able to express) the humorous; "she didn't appreciate my humor"; "you can't survive in the army without a sense of humor"
sense of humour, humor, humour , he describes the most common types of problem employees encountered in government service, dividing them into categories of conduct problems (the guerilla, the sociopath so·ci·o·path
A person affected with an antisocial personality disorder.
soci·o·path ), absentee One who has left, either temporarily or permanently, his or her domicile or usual place of residence or business. A person beyond the geographical borders of a state who has not authorized an agent to represent him or her in legal proceedings that may be commenced against him or her problems, performance problems (the sane incompetent versus the delusional de·lu·sion
a. The act or process of deluding.
b. The state of being deluded.
2. A false belief or opinion: labored under the delusion that success was at hand. incompetent) and mixed problems (the alcoholic, the victim). He examines the tools available for dealing with them, such as formal and informal disciplinary actions, and discusses the legalities of using those tools. He then gives specific suggestions for dealing with each type of problem employee. The readership for the book includes supervisors and human resource professionals in government agencies. There is no subject index.
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