In this tight labor market, you can't afford to simply cast off every "difficult" employee or those who have personality clashes with co-workers. Such employees, in fact, may still be adding value to your organization.
But quietly tolerating toxic employees – the slackers … the yellers … the lone wolves … the gossips … the bullies, etc. – is legally dangerous and a guaranteed morale killer. Some of those competent-but-disruptive people should be terminated, but others simply need feedback, consequences and follow-through.
Gather your HR and management teams for Workplace Detox: Strategies to (Legally) Deal with Malcontents and Toxic Employees.