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    Pruning Employees for Growth

    A successful business has employees with confident attitudes and good work habits. If the team has too many non-productive employees, there needs to be a change. Seniority or nepotism should not hinder the CEO from replacing them.

    Dr. Phil McGraw lists several personality traits that are detrimental to a successful business. It takes only one person who arrogantly feels entitled to favors to hurt the people who work hard. Enthusiasm plummets when a co-worker has no sympathy for others. Other traits of draining employee are hurting words about coworkers, sloppy work habits, and showing no remorse for their mistakes. Another person to eliminate is one whose action consistently alienates themselves or others. An employee who remains zoned out or delusional is never productive. Lastly, the employee, who reinvents a disputed situation by lying is determinal. They lower the level of trust among the crew. The above people need to be eliminated.

    To attain a loyal, unified, and productive team, new enthusiastic employees need to be introduced into the company for growth and profit.

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