• How "Not" to be a chick-fil-a employee

    published: 19 Dec 2016
  • Reasons Why You're Still An Employee And Not An Entrepreneur Yet

    Website: http://100percentfinanced.com/ SUBSCRIBE! Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/100percentfinanced Credit Repair: http://100percentfinanced.com/fix-my-credit/ Events: http://100percentfinanced.com/events/

    published: 03 Mar 2017
  • Employee Does NOT Follow Instructions

    published: 18 Jul 2017
  • What Not To Do... With A New Employee - Scope

    http://www.scope.org.uk/awkward Your first day on the job is sometimes your last day on the job. In this film for Scope's #EndTheAwkward campaign, Alex Brooker reacts to hidden camera set-ups exposing how awkward we are around disability. This film was produced in partnership with Channel 4. Check out other films in this series: http://bit.ly/1KpdC0e About Scope: Scope exists to make this country a place where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else. Until then, we'll be here. We provide support, information and advice to more than a quarter of a million disabled people and their families every year. We raise awareness of the issues that matter. And with your support, we'll keep driving change across society until this country is great for everyone. Find out more...

    published: 04 Sep 2015
  • Question: How Do You Deal With a Bad Employee You Can't Fire?

    I have this VERY under performing employee and was hoping you had some advise on how to deal with this. It is unfortunately not an option to fire him, it would solve this problem, but I can't. He is unable to do any off the tasks, that he has to be able to do. He uses twice the time (compared to other workers) and the result is so bad that that it would be easier and faster to have someone else do it over instead of fixing it. He doesn't follow along during a discussion, so when a subject is discussed and a solution is found, he starts suggesting things, that has already been discussed and doesn't understand why it is not up for discussion anymore. He doesn't even work as a rubber duck (for rubber duck debugging) or sparring partner, because he doesn't follow along ad creates confusion in...

    published: 03 Dec 2015
  • How to Handle Poor Employee Performance Constructively: 3 Proven Methods

    If you are a team leader, supervisor, manager or executive leader you will be confronted with poor performance. It goes with the territory. This leadership training video will give you precise steps to take to be successful. To begin with, deal with poor performance as immediately as possible. Talk specifics with an employee not generalities. Also, most performance issues can be prevented. How? Hire better and set clear expectations. Do a great job planning with each employee, providing regular training, holding regular coaching sessions and communicating effectively. Without these behaviors, managers cause many of the employee issues. The best managers develop their leadership coaching skills and learn how to deal with performance issues constructively and effectively. How do you know if...

    published: 03 Sep 2014
  • How NOT to Orient a New Employee

    Creating the best first impression possible will go a long way in developing a positive long term relationship with a new employee. Here's an example of how NOT to orient a new employee.

    published: 25 Sep 2008
  • Contractor did not pay employee, WRECKS CONTRACTORS CAR ! Mining truck

    contractors better pay your employees or else...

    published: 03 Nov 2013
  • How to Terminate an Employee | Firing Someone

    How to Terminate an Employee Properly I need to Fire Someone, what do I do? http://turnkeydoc.com/human-resources/termination-discipline/termination-process/ http://youtu.be/IOeO__QCwSY So you have to fire someone, don't worry you are not alone, inevitably every business has to terminate an employee at one time or another. Remember, terminating an employee is likely the most stressful and definitive act possible in the workplace. For some people being terminated can be as stressful as a death in the family and divorce. It is stressful for you, for the employee, and for those around you. Here are a few tips to help you: Tip #1: If the employee is surprised by the termination you have done something wrong. Progressive discipline is a great way to keep everyone on the same page. Make sure...

    published: 07 May 2014
  • How NOT to Deal with Employee Body Odor

    How you prepare an employee for a discussion on a sensitive topic makes all the difference. For more intelligent commentary on this and other business topics, visit us at www.media-partners.com/blog.

    published: 30 Apr 2014
  • Driving Vlog | Not Employee of the Month

    Hey pals! So in today's driving vlog I speak about my job, and how retail sucks in general. But I am definitely not a person who is above admitting when I am wrong or come across in a bad way, so as I mentioned at the start of the video, although my job isn't always peaches and cream I am so grateful for my lovely and kind coworkers and the opportunity to even be able to get a job! (ALSO THIS VIDEO IS UP LIKE FOUR DAYS LATE I'M SO BAD GOTTA BLAST) My Social Media: Twitter @hithereimandrea

    published: 14 Aug 2016
  • 10 Secrets a Call Center employee does not want you to Know

    published: 20 Jul 2017
  • Shocking video: Taco Bell employee fight with his manager in Converse,texas

    The shocking moment a former Taco Bell employee returned to the restaurant in a tea-tossing rampage has been caught on video. The former employee named Margarita is seen in the video throwing gallons of tea around a Taco Bell in Converse, Texas in a dispute with the manager before being arrested. The details surrounding the video are unclear, including when it was shot, the last names of the individuals involved, and what sparked the dispute. The incident did take place at a Taco Bell on W Farm to Market Road in Converse, KSAT was able to confirm with a restaurant employee. The former employee named Margarita is seen throwing gallons of tea around a Taco Bell in Converse, Texas in a dispute with the manager before being arrested The video opens with a woman name Margarita, who is ap...

    published: 17 Jul 2017
  • Fake Employee Prank - No Smoking

    **Disclaimer 12/28/15** In response to some of the negative comments about us "getting people upset/harassing them," every person in this video had a good sense of humor after we informed them of the joke and we realize in hindsight that we should've included that end footage of us letting them in on the gag, as that would provide better context for anyone disgruntled about "our behavior," so we apologize for failing to do so. Skip to 4:37 when actual Target managers come up to us as we're confronting a customer! This prank was inspired by PrankvsPrank. Check out there channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/PrankvsPrank We thought it'd be amusing to dress up as Walmart and Target employees (we didn't use their logos nor any copyrighted material, just plain white name tags with our n...

    published: 11 Dec 2012
How "Not" to be a chick-fil-a employee

How "Not" to be a chick-fil-a employee

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  • Updated: 19 Dec 2016
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Reasons Why You're Still An Employee And Not An Entrepreneur Yet

Reasons Why You're Still An Employee And Not An Entrepreneur Yet

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  • Updated: 03 Mar 2017
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Employee Does NOT Follow Instructions

Employee Does NOT Follow Instructions

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  • Updated: 18 Jul 2017
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What Not To Do... With A New Employee - Scope

What Not To Do... With A New Employee - Scope

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  • Updated: 04 Sep 2015
  • views: 93600
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http://www.scope.org.uk/awkward Your first day on the job is sometimes your last day on the job. In this film for Scope's #EndTheAwkward campaign, Alex Brooker reacts to hidden camera set-ups exposing how awkward we are around disability. This film was produced in partnership with Channel 4. Check out other films in this series: http://bit.ly/1KpdC0e About Scope: Scope exists to make this country a place where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else. Until then, we'll be here. We provide support, information and advice to more than a quarter of a million disabled people and their families every year. We raise awareness of the issues that matter. And with your support, we'll keep driving change across society until this country is great for everyone. Find out more about our work here: http://www.scope.org.uk
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Question: How Do You Deal With a Bad Employee You Can't Fire?

Question: How Do You Deal With a Bad Employee You Can't Fire?

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  • Updated: 03 Dec 2015
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I have this VERY under performing employee and was hoping you had some advise on how to deal with this. It is unfortunately not an option to fire him, it would solve this problem, but I can't. He is unable to do any off the tasks, that he has to be able to do. He uses twice the time (compared to other workers) and the result is so bad that that it would be easier and faster to have someone else do it over instead of fixing it. He doesn't follow along during a discussion, so when a subject is discussed and a solution is found, he starts suggesting things, that has already been discussed and doesn't understand why it is not up for discussion anymore. He doesn't even work as a rubber duck (for rubber duck debugging) or sparring partner, because he doesn't follow along ad creates confusion instead of giving feedback. I need some way to tell him that it is not good enough. I have tried to tell him for weeks, with hints and hammering down on mistakes to have him do it again, but the product he creates is still as bad. I really hope you have a solution for this, cause I'm kinda stuck with him for the next year and I don't want to pressure the others to do more work, just because he is incompetent. -Theis V. ********** To Ask Questions Email: Question@EliTheComputerGuy.com Signup for our email list at: http://www.elithecomputerguy.com/email-signup/ (#Microstopped... We will never forget) For Classes, Class Notes and Blog Posts: http://www.EliTheComputerGuy.com Visit the Main YouTube Channel at: http://www.YouTube.com/EliTheComputerGuy Follow us on Twitter at: http://www.Twitter.com/EliComputerGuy
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How to Handle Poor Employee Performance Constructively: 3 Proven Methods

How to Handle Poor Employee Performance Constructively: 3 Proven Methods

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  • Updated: 03 Sep 2014
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If you are a team leader, supervisor, manager or executive leader you will be confronted with poor performance. It goes with the territory. This leadership training video will give you precise steps to take to be successful. To begin with, deal with poor performance as immediately as possible. Talk specifics with an employee not generalities. Also, most performance issues can be prevented. How? Hire better and set clear expectations. Do a great job planning with each employee, providing regular training, holding regular coaching sessions and communicating effectively. Without these behaviors, managers cause many of the employee issues. The best managers develop their leadership coaching skills and learn how to deal with performance issues constructively and effectively. How do you know if you are successful? Employees become more motivated and improve their results. In the leadership training video you will learn: * 10 Examples of Poor Performance * 3 Proven Methods for Dealing with Poor Performance * The Leadership Mindset in Dealing with Performance Issues Many managers struggle with leadership because that can't deal with poor performance. They either ignore it until the problems explodes. Or, they pounce on the employee right away, yell, criticize and tell, and give no help. Too many lack competence in the key people skills of empathy, listening, problem-solving and giving feedback. You know you are moving from manager to leader when you can motivate employees to achieve significantly better results while helping them with their performance problems. Doug and Rick, co-founders at WCW Partners, have coached or trained over 250,000 managers worldwide. Those managers who excel are open minded, care about people, and they constantly work on their leadership development to improve results. They also provide many educational and training opportunities for their team. It's been said, that only competitive advantage is how much smarter you are today than yesterday. By the way, do you want to learn more about employee motivation and engagement? If so, I suggest you check out this complimentary Ebook, How to Motivate-No-Inspire Employees: 10 Keys to Employee Engagement: http://wcwpartners.com/how-to-inspire-people-ebook-download/ Or, do you want a proven game-plan for success as a leader? If so, check out Doug and Rick's new book: http://wcwpublishing.com/wcw-programs... Rick Conlow CEO/Co-Founder WCW Partners Co-Author of "The SuperSTAR Leadership: A 31 Day Plan to Motivate People, Communicate Positively and Get Everyone On the Same Side WCW Partners is a business consulting and training company that coaches leaders to achieve record-breaking performances in sales growth, customer experience improvement, employee engagement and leadership effectiveness. Superstar Leadership Blog: http://blog.wcwpartners.com/ Consulting Services: http://wcwpartners.com/ Books & Training Resources: http://wcwpublishing.com/ Call for more information - 888-313-0514
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How NOT to Orient a New Employee

How NOT to Orient a New Employee

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  • Updated: 25 Sep 2008
  • views: 48279
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Creating the best first impression possible will go a long way in developing a positive long term relationship with a new employee. Here's an example of how NOT to orient a new employee.
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Contractor did not pay employee, WRECKS CONTRACTORS CAR ! Mining truck

Contractor did not pay employee, WRECKS CONTRACTORS CAR ! Mining truck

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  • Updated: 03 Nov 2013
  • views: 548675
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contractors better pay your employees or else...
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How to Terminate an Employee | Firing Someone

How to Terminate an Employee | Firing Someone

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  • Updated: 07 May 2014
  • views: 21183
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How to Terminate an Employee Properly I need to Fire Someone, what do I do? http://turnkeydoc.com/human-resources/termination-discipline/termination-process/ http://youtu.be/IOeO__QCwSY So you have to fire someone, don't worry you are not alone, inevitably every business has to terminate an employee at one time or another. Remember, terminating an employee is likely the most stressful and definitive act possible in the workplace. For some people being terminated can be as stressful as a death in the family and divorce. It is stressful for you, for the employee, and for those around you. Here are a few tips to help you: Tip #1: If the employee is surprised by the termination you have done something wrong. Progressive discipline is a great way to keep everyone on the same page. Make sure you have all your backup data in place before you meet with the employee such as emails or previous write ups Tip #2: Have another person present during the actual termination. Their primary purpose for being there is to observe and document the proceedings. Tip #3: Keep the termination meeting between 5 and 15 minutes in the early to late afternoon. Try to hold the termination meeting at a time and location that will not parade the employee through the office. Tip #4: Remember the purpose of the meeting is to inform the employee of the decision, not to debate it or review it. If the employee wants to debate the decision ask them to send you an email after they have thought it over for a day or so. Tip #5: Have a detailed plan in place for what will happen after the interview. In most case, you may want to have someone escort them to gather their belongings. Tip #6: Try to anticipate any questions and prepare your answers - then think of any crazy questions, or behaviors you might get. Going through possible scenarios will help you feel more comfortable facing this situation. Here are some examples: • They start to cry. • The employee "does not understand". • They "demands" to talk to someone else. • The employee stands up or starts to walk around. • You feel threatened • the employee refuses to leave Tip#7: Make sure all the paperwork involved with the termination is ready and written in plain, understandable language. You can visit www.turnkeydoc.com to download not only a full reference guide for the terminating an employee but also termination paperwork including agreements with a liability waiver. To get more tips subscribe to our you tube channel or visit www.turnkeydoc.com https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/107057463999675049074/107057463999675049074/about https://www.facebook.com/pages/Turn-Key-Doc/298240720333688 https://twitter.com/turnkeydoc/
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How NOT to Deal with Employee Body Odor

How NOT to Deal with Employee Body Odor

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  • Updated: 30 Apr 2014
  • views: 2243
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How you prepare an employee for a discussion on a sensitive topic makes all the difference. For more intelligent commentary on this and other business topics, visit us at www.media-partners.com/blog.
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Driving Vlog | Not Employee of the Month

Driving Vlog | Not Employee of the Month

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  • Updated: 14 Aug 2016
  • views: 4190
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Hey pals! So in today's driving vlog I speak about my job, and how retail sucks in general. But I am definitely not a person who is above admitting when I am wrong or come across in a bad way, so as I mentioned at the start of the video, although my job isn't always peaches and cream I am so grateful for my lovely and kind coworkers and the opportunity to even be able to get a job! (ALSO THIS VIDEO IS UP LIKE FOUR DAYS LATE I'M SO BAD GOTTA BLAST) My Social Media: Twitter @hithereimandrea
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10 Secrets a Call Center employee does not want you to Know

10 Secrets a Call Center employee does not want you to Know

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  • Updated: 20 Jul 2017
  • views: 12
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Shocking video: Taco Bell employee fight with his manager in Converse,texas

Shocking video: Taco Bell employee fight with his manager in Converse,texas

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  • Updated: 17 Jul 2017
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The shocking moment a former Taco Bell employee returned to the restaurant in a tea-tossing rampage has been caught on video. The former employee named Margarita is seen in the video throwing gallons of tea around a Taco Bell in Converse, Texas in a dispute with the manager before being arrested. The details surrounding the video are unclear, including when it was shot, the last names of the individuals involved, and what sparked the dispute. The incident did take place at a Taco Bell on W Farm to Market Road in Converse, KSAT was able to confirm with a restaurant employee. The former employee named Margarita is seen throwing gallons of tea around a Taco Bell in Converse, Texas in a dispute with the manager before being arrested The video opens with a woman name Margarita, who is apparently there to pick up a final paycheck, flinging tea from a large dispenser at the manager Arturo across the counter. Arturo retaliates by flinging an entire tea dispenser across the counter. Margarita, still holding the empty dispenser she has emptied seconds earlier, hurls it back at him as the manager takes cover. The irate ex-employee charges behind the counter with her 17-year-old son in tow. Arturo unleashes a stream of profanities at the boy and then takes off his shirt, challenging him to fight. Feet away, a customer looks in astonishment at the proceedings from through the drive-thru window. Arturo unleashes a stream of profanities at the Margarita and then takes off his shirt, challenging her son to fight. Feet away, a customer looks in astonishment at the proceedings from through the drive-thru window Margarita grabs a metal spatula and begins yelling in Spanish as her son retreats from the heated dispute 'Arturo the police is coming!' one employee says. Margarita grabs a metal spatula and begins yelling in Spanish as her son retreats from the heated dispute. 'I don't want to be on the internet, don't put me on the internet,' the manager says, suddenly seeming to notice the female employee who is filming the action. 'I'm not going to put it on the internet, I'm just recording in case one of them did something crazy,' she replies coyly. After a tense standoff between Arturo and Margarita behind the counter, the police arrive suddenly. 'I'm the manager, I'm the manager,' Arturo, still shirtless, shouts as he puts his hands in the air. The officers swiftly handcuff Margarita and lead her from the fast-food establishment. 'The cameras have everything! The cameras have everything!' Arturo goes on excitedly. 'Calm down, put on a shirt,' the cop replies. The video ends with multiple cops tackling Margarita's son in the parking lot. 'I don't f--king get paid enough for this s--t, man,' one employee is heard muttering in the background. It is unclear when the video was shot, but copies of it appeared online as early as Saturday. Bexar County arrest records for the past seven days do not show booking records for a suspect named Margarita on criminal damage or trespassing charges. LIke & subscribe Now
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Fake Employee Prank - No Smoking

Fake Employee Prank - No Smoking

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  • Updated: 11 Dec 2012
  • views: 536363
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**Disclaimer 12/28/15** In response to some of the negative comments about us "getting people upset/harassing them," every person in this video had a good sense of humor after we informed them of the joke and we realize in hindsight that we should've included that end footage of us letting them in on the gag, as that would provide better context for anyone disgruntled about "our behavior," so we apologize for failing to do so. Skip to 4:37 when actual Target managers come up to us as we're confronting a customer! This prank was inspired by PrankvsPrank. Check out there channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/PrankvsPrank We thought it'd be amusing to dress up as Walmart and Target employees (we didn't use their logos nor any copyrighted material, just plain white name tags with our names) and add a little twist to this prank by accusing innocent customers of smoking cigarettes, purchasing alcohol for minors, and urinating in the store. After getting them to go along with it for a bit, we told every single person it was just a prank and they found it to be very funny. This prank seemed to go very wrong at the end of the video when two real managers came to bust us as we were in the middle of confronting two customers. But to our surprise, the managers were either just as gullible as the innocent customers or they just did not care what we were doing. So we took this opportunity to wrap up and leave respectfully instead of getting kicked out of the store. Thanks so much for watching everybody and getting this to 500k views! We hope you enjoyed! FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/candlewicktv ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- *Video Information - Date Filmed: 9 December 2012 Location: Walmart, Target (Atlanta, Georgia) Actors: Keaton Astin, Zach Daniels Production: CandleWickTV
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