- Point out shortcomings in employee's performance more often: 27 percent
- Reduce responsibilities: 21 percent
- Hire someone else to eventually replace the employee: 12 percent
- Move the employee to another work area: 8 percent
- Keep employee out of the loop regarding new company developments: 8 percent
- Communicate primarily via email instead of in person or over the phone: 7 percent
- Don't invite the employee to certain meetings or involve him/her in certain projects: 6 percent
- Don't invite the employee to social gatherings with co-workers: 3 percent Nearly a third (32 percent) of managers said they would do none of the above.
More Than A Quarter Of Bosses Have An Employee They'd Like To See Leave The Company, Finds CareerBuilder Study
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