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I’m the manager at a branch location of a family owned retail garden center.
She would use company time and resources to apply for other jobs daily, was not on top of her work tasks or email, and never took the initiative to join in when our supervisor taught us something new or gave us more challenging work.
I guess the saving grace of this is that he only lasted for another four hours and then quit because the job turned out to be “more physically demanding than he expected.” But what would be your advice for handling a situation with an employee who shows a red flag right after the hiring process is completed?
Make it clearer in the moment that the question is wildly inappropriate.
What should I tell the hiring manager when she, inevitably, drops my name?
You’d be doing her a favor if you stopped lying to her and told her what’s going on.