Question: “I am the youngest person in my office. Most of the staff is in their 50’s. Three of the staff members are especially difficult to work with. They walk around the office as if the rules do not apply to them, acting as though they are better than everyone else. When the “ring leader” of the group is mad at another employee the others follow and will not speak to that staff member. The “ring leader” refuses to answer the phone and sits on her cell phone all day. I have never in my life seen other people act this away.
How do you deal with staff like this? You kill them with kindness and it make them even worse. You don’t speak to them and they just stare at you when they walk by and talk about you behind your back. I try not to let them get to me, but I can’t help it. It does bother me. I have even thought about looking for another job because of them.” — Karen Dean
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