In the world of work, there are many habits or behavioural traits that HR would deem a nightmare. From employees being seemingly lazy or displaying apathy in their role, to not appearing to work well in a team or even being rude when communicating. Before the problem worsens, HR need to nip nightmare behaviour in the bud.
Whilst it is not possible to comment on how Boris might act when in office, there has been much written about his previous workplace behaviours. Multiple news outlets have published accounts of his previous employment history over the years. Some of the traits that they picked up on may suggest that Johnson could be considered a HR nightmare – what are they?
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