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Three ways to spot the most toxic employees

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Three ways to spot the most toxic employees

Toxicity in the workplace is sadly now more commonplace than businesses may wish to believe; meanwhile, employees are also becoming troublesome as research by Monster found last year that 76% of bosses were considered toxic by their employees.

Companies such as Badoo and Culture Trip have also hit headlines recently due to their toxic culture and spiteful employees who have been labelled as bullies. It’s crucial for organisations to be able to spot their most toxic staff members, to prevent the situation from getting any worse.

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