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The 5 Most Common Types of Toxic Employees and Why They Can Wreak Havoc on Your Culture
Toxic employees can appear at all levels, from oppressive managers and distracted team members to abusive senior leaders, and the effects can be devastating.
For instance, good employees are 54% more likely to quit if forced to work with a toxic employee and companies are susceptible to losses of up to $12,800 when faced with a toxic employee on a team of 20 people.
With the stakes so high, it only makes sense that organizations implement the right software solution to realize the potential of their workforce Read this whitepaper to learn about the 5 types of toxic employees and strategies on how to handle them.