• Dealing with the Problem Employee
  • June 19, 2003 | Author: Stephen F. Fink
  • Law Firm: Thompson & Knight LLP - Dallas Office
  • Recent events prove, if ever it was in doubt, that well adjusted, dynamic, intelligent, hardworking, ambitious, and apparently responsible high-level corporate employees can damage a company far more seriously than the occasional rank-and-file whiner, shirker, or troublemaker -- the employees that have received so much attention from people like you (and me) in the past. But despite the attention they receive, employees of that kind will always represent a small percentage of any employer's workforce (if not, no advice will help); their capacity for demoralizing their fellow employees and hurting the company's business, though not inconsiderable, is limited accordingly.