Help With People Problems At Work
First, what it's not. WorkWorries.com is not a showcase for inappropriate or unethical tactics to get revenge on people who are causing you trouble at work. It's not a place to make specific comments about a particular person or organization. It's not a site for complaining and whining. It's not for people who won't accept their responsibility to analyze and understand the people's negative behavior and to develop a plan to deal with the situation and improve it while they are there.
WorkWorries.com provides resources and the latest news on people issues at work along with links to proven books to assist people in:
The site is both relevant and useful to corporate and public-sector leadership. Through its resources, news and book links, it can assist bosses, executives and board members in reducing the impacts of difficult people. Overall, we should stress that WorkWorries.com is designed as a comprehensive resource to help not only staff but also management deal with difficult people at work.
Visitors can easily comment on each of our news items and resources, or participate in the discussion forum.
In terms of the actual site content, only constructive, balanced and pragmatic news and resources will be presented on this site. Further, all comments are monitored and any containing references to specific individuals or companies will be removed.
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