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Weeding Out the Passive-Aggressive, the Liar and the Blamer

January 25, 2008
Related Topics: Miscellaneous Legal Issues, Discrimination and EEOC Compliance, Featured Article
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Based on his 30 years in practice, attorney Alan L. Rupe says there are three behaviors common to plaintiffs in trumped-up employment lawsuits: They’re passive-aggressive; they exaggerate or lie; or they refuse to accept personal responsibility for their own poor performance. Those three behaviors cause trouble in the workplace, too. Here’s some practical HR advice on weeding them out before they become plaintiffs.
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