Learn how to define an attitude problem.
When it comes to handling employee attitude problems it’s important to get to the root of the problem. That starts with making the distinction between bad attitudes and bad behaviors. Attitudes are subjective. What seems like an attitude problem to one person may not seem all that bad to another. Determining how an employee’s bad attitude is contributing to bad behaviors that are easy to describe and document will be helpful when discussing details with your employee. This video reviews six steps to get to the root of the issue.
Jackie A. Sexson
- Compliance manager with Fortune 250 company
- Former executive director with the legal and human resources consulting firm, The Sexson Group
- Extensive experience in employment and labor law, as well as human resources
- Has a legal and HR background in employee relations, performance management (360-degree feedback), organizational management, benefits administration, recruitment and selection, compensation, equal employment opportunity, and training and development
- Experience with the public sector, Fortune 500 companies, and small startup companies
- Held director and executive-level positions and worked as an independent consultant
- Certified as a senior professional in human resources by the Society for Human Resources Management
- J.D. and M.B.A. degrees
- Can be contacted at 303-513-6018 or [email protected]
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