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Confronting the ‘TMI’ employee

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Q: “Whenever one of my employees, ‘Gina,’ has personal problems, she describes them to everyone in excruciating detail. Then she calls her friends on the phone to talk about them some more. Gina does a good job, but these conversations take up a lot of time. How can I put a stop to this without seeming hard-hearted?” Caring & Concerned

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Janet July 9, 2014 at 2:58 pm

Another suggestion: if your company offers an employee assistance program, refer Gina to them. Most EAPs offer free short-term counseling and referrals to other resources if more long-term assistance is needed.

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