How to Handle a Slack Team Member

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November 4, 2015

How to Handle a Slack Team Member

Any employer will tell you that an employee presenting symptoms of ‘work aversion’ – “the state of avoiding or not wanting to work or be employed” – will cause problems for the company. This is especially true when it comes to individual team members who are not pulling their weight!

If you don’t know what to do when a colleague or team member is not contributing their fair share, then you might want to read our original blog post on the matter: how to tackle slack behaviour. If slack behaviour is a regular problem for members of your team, people you work with or people you employ, then you might want to download this simple little infographic and use it as a quick-reference reminder of the steps you should be taking.

What other issues are there within a team, that are difficult to deal with?

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