But first, a manager has to take the time to identify the toxic behavior. The behavior is often identified as toxic or poisonous because once it is in; it does take a great amount of work to filter it out. A manager can attempt to communicate with their personnel in reference to their issues and see if they can adequately reduce their damaging approach to convert into a helpful and positive colleague of the group. If that misses the mark, the organization must carefully expunge this type of employee. In order to do this with no real consequences, the risks must be evaluated. The right procedures must be utilized in order to protect the manager as well as the organization (Schramm, …show more content…
They are not doing what is necessary of them. An idle mind is the devil’s workshop.
7) Intimidating and pestering coworkers. Harassing coworkers in public in an attempt to highlight their inconsistencies in front of others can also create more problems in the work environment. It is something that can go on without others knowing. It can also be just one particular employee doing the bullying or several employees in a clique that are doing so.
8) inappropriate use of social media. Social media has become all the range in the past few years. Facebook, Instagram, SnapChat, Twitter and other social media platforms are proving to be trouble as they are becoming new avenues to create social issues not only online but in the workplace as well that is causing chaos within companies. Employees follow each other on Facebook or Instagram with coworkers and superiors and can lead to uncomfortable situations such as saying things online that are upsetting and