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13 Personality Traits of a Disengaged Employee

13 PERSONALITY TRAITS F DISENGAGED EMPLOYEE 2. Makes Excuses 1.Complain Bad employees never take responsibility for their actions and always find an excuse. Bad employees are always complaining, and nothing is ever good enough for them. 4. Doesn't Help Others They're always saying "It's not my job", and are never willing to go above and beyond. 3. Lack Enthusiasm When a new task or project comes up, this employee is always the least excited. 6. Liar An employee that lies and makes up stories 5. Gossip is really dangerous for the team. Gossip destroys morale and the team dynamic, and creates cliques within the company. 8. Independent Bad employees are set on working alone. You need collaboration 7. Know-It-Al| to thrive as a team. Bad employees act like they know everything and are too good for whatever you have to say. 10. No initiative Good employees takes initiative, whereas a bad one just stands around waiting to be told what to do next. 9. Irresponsible Bad employees often miss deadlines, are late for work, and break their promises. 13. Distracted Good employees know how to stay focused, and bad employees are easily distracted. 11. No Questions Bad employees aren't willing to ask questions and learn new things. 12. No Growth They don't invest in themselves to become better people and grow within the company. BONUS DISENGAGED EMPLOYEES DON'T SUPPORT A GOOD COMPANY CULTURE They don't understand how much of a role company culture plays in the success of the business. Any employee that's not willing to help improve the company culture should be let go, because they will be a drain on the rest of the team. Tools like Officevibe help to organically build a better company culture, by building better habits into the team. Improve Your Workplace Today. Learn More at Illustrations by Pele Chaengsavang Infographics crafted with by: õfficevibe

13 Personality Traits of a Disengaged Employee

shared by arpingajjar on Dec 25
Let’s face it, we all have been around (or have been) someone in a workplace who just doesn't want to be there. You can see right off the bat what type of traits disengaged employees have just by ta...




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