No matter how much you love your job, a difficult co-worker can dampen the fun. They come in many shapes and sizes—the bully, the procrastinator, the complainer, the indifferent—and you’ll need to use all your wits and patience to get them on your side. Here are some of our top tips for handling challenging colleagues in the workplace. Identify the advantages of working together To give yourself the motivation to work with a difficult person,
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The hiring process can be challenging to navigate, particularly because finding the right candidate — not just for a specific position, but for a team and a company — can take a significant amount of time. Of course, candidates must possess a basic skill set that will allow them to fulfill all duties, perform all tasks and (ideally) contribute to a team in a meaningful way. While it is extremely important to hire for these