Certain types of employees may make it difficult to make changes and improve operations at your company, says Dana Brownlee, founder of Professionalism Matters. For example, some employees may be outwardly supportive of new initiatives while using passive-aggressive questions to maintain the status quo. Other employees may want to spend endless amounts of time studying potential outcomes before making a change. This article includes tips for dealing with each type of change-resistant employee.
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