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These difficult people harass you and others, ask too many self-explanatory questions, neglect details, distract you and repeatedly challenge you and others. Even worse, when they interact with customers, vendors and people lower than them on the corporate hierarchy, they can be grouchy, impolite, condescending, uninformed, misleading, inappropriate or simply wrong. Do you know anyone like this?
Entrepreneur.com recently posted an article regarding these difficult employees that we have all encountered at some point in our business life. Many of us don’t know how to handle them, well now there are a few suggestions below to help you out.
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