Preventing Employee Problems

BY RICHARD MARINUCCIIf everyone is a good employee, why do you have problems?The first day of a firefighter's career is a great day. There is tremendous excitement as the firefighter starts what promises to be a long and prosperous career. The individual has gone through some sort of selection process that probably tested his skills relevant to the position and hopefully had a background check completed. The candidate was vetted by some system that indicated that he would be successful as a firefighter. The brand new firefighter wants to do a great job and make good on the commitment to be an outstanding employee for the duration of his career.So what happens to a small minority of hires ...

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