Nearly every workplace will have to deal with disruptive, difficult, and frustrating employees. Unfortunately, these types of employees can cause a lot of harm—even if they’re not actively causing injuries (though this is also possible).
An employee may be considered disruptive in any number of ways, such as:
Constant negativity, gossiping, and spreading complaints and frustration to others. While employee complaints should, of course, be addressed, a disruptive employee will go beyond simply voicing concerns—he or she will become a source of negativity that spreads to others. Acting disrespectfully or inappropriately toward others