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Re: Which is worse: a friendly, lazy employee? Or a shy, hard-working employee?

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Re: Which is worse: a friendly, lazy employee? Or a shy, hard-working employee?

Definitely a lazy employee. I gotta work with this useless do-nothing fat inert slug of a guy for two agonizing hours on both Friday and Saturday and he's a huge pain in the ass to put up with because he does little more than stand around and take up space.

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Re: Which is worse: a friendly, lazy employee? Or a shy, hard-working employee?

Well, when it comes right down to it, you’re not at a job for your personality, but rather your performance. So a lazy employee is the worst. Now ideally, you would want a combination of the two characteristics; meaning friendly, personable, employees, that pull their own weight.

But people in hell also want ice water, so we can’t always get what we want :)

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Re: Which is worse: a friendly, lazy employee? Or a shy, hard-working employee?

It depends on what tasks are being completed and needed.

If you have a public kind of job and the outgoing guy is needed to interact with people and he does a great job and that and "wins" then his occasional laziness or lack of interest is okay.

So, he's a lawyer that has a few cases and he's always great but doesn't want to go to the store and buy staples, that is acceptable. He doesn't have a team attitude but is very beneficial.

If the quiet but reliable guy is always helpful but can't interface with the public and he's also a lawyer and can't think of anything to say, or doesn't want to, in court, then he is not good for the company.

If the opposite is true and the job is about teamwork and quiet busywork then the quiet guy is the best and the outgoing guy is not very good as he is not quiet and isn't team oriented.

It depends on the work.
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