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Fight mild insubordination with frequent reviews. For employees who declare meetings “bogus,” routinely stretch their lunch hour into two or three hours and roll their eyes in disgust whenever you give advice or instructions, hold monthly performance appraisals. Document their failings, state your expectations and deadlines clearly and maybe you’ll drive them to reform or quit.
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