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When disagreement turns to cursing and threats, feel free to terminate for insubordination

10/18/2012

Plenty of employees have chips on their shoulders. Some are hypersensitive to perceived slights and constructive criticism. Others get angry over minor problems. Acting out has long been regarded as insubordination and grounds for discipline, including termination.

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