How to deal with a slacker colleague

12/19/2012 | Fast Track, The

If a colleague is performing poorly and if affects your ability to do your job, talk to the person directly and explain exactly what you need, Alison Green writes. "[Y]ou will need to talk to your boss if this keeps up. Good managers want to know about problems like this, and they won’t necessarily realize how much you’re being impacted unless you tell them," she writes.

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