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Workplace Behavior: What’s Acceptable and what’s Not Acceptable?

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Summary: These four articles highlight poor workplace behavior, and what you as a hiring manager can do about it.

Workplace Behavior: What’s Acceptable and what’s Not Acceptable?

Social guidelines can be fuzzy, if not confusing, in most work atmospheres. While certain behavior is outright improper, other types of behavior don’t seem to fall properly under what’s right or wrong. The following four articles highlight instances of poor workplace behavior, and what you as a hiring manager can do about it.
 
Your Professional Conduct Policy Outranks Freedom of Speech

How far a person’s freedom of speech can push the workplace behavior envelope really depends upon a company’s culture. But will freedom of speech protect a worker from being fired, particularly if that worker said something offensive? No, not in the least bit will it protect them.

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Should You Fire Your White Supremacist Employees?

Yes, workers have rights. There are labor laws, contracts, and other rules and regulations that protect workers. However, when it comes to extreme behavior, especially if it adversely affects a company and other employees, that behavior is a strong enough offense to warrant termination.

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Employee Behavior Standards in the Workplace

As a hiring manager, you might come up against one or two employees who may not know how to properly conduct themselves in the workplace. But if it comes down to multiple employees with varying behavioral issues, you might want to either update or establish a series of behavior standards for all your employees to follow.

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How to Handle Difficult Behavior in the Workplace

While conflicts can occur within any workplace atmosphere, if those conflicts and the behavior associated with them worsen, you as a hiring manager will need to know how to take control of the situation. Check out this article for some tips as to how to handle difficult behavior in your company.

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