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    • Jerks at Work How to Deal with Them
    • Introduction
      • The vast majority of people in any given business are nice.
      • They’re helpful, sympathetic, likable and quite good people.
    • Introduction
      • Only a tiny minority are unpleasant or abrasive.
    • Jerk - Definition
      • A stupid person who does not cares about the effect of his actions.
    • Jerk – Main Features
      • Lack of respect.
      • Offensive approach.
      • He is arrogant and believes he is always right.
      • Lack of common sense.
    • Why do we have jerks at work?
      • HR won’t let me fire the jerk.
      • He is much better at confrontation than I am.
      • He has specialized skills.
      • He owns our most important customers.
      • He has friends in high places.
    • Jerk – Main Outcomes
      • He creates a feeling of insatisfaction inside the company.
      • Stress and fierce competition.
      • Demotivation and poor team-working.
    • Jerk – Main Outcomes
      • Make people unhappy at work and thereby cause stress and increase absenteeism
      • Reduce the motivation of those around them.
    • Jerk – Main Outcomes
      • Create more jerks - because jerkism can be contagious.
      • Inhibit teamwork and team spirit.
      • Harm productivity for all of the above reasons.
    • Jerk – Ways to Deal
      • Rate your employees.
      • Give a chance of changes for our employees.
      • Analyze the performance and behavior of your team.
      • Have nice conversations among the group.
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