Addressing Employee Procrastination

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The workforce is full of people with diverse working styles. Some are seemingly obsessed with getting ahead of the game and tackling assignments as soon as possible. Others tend to wait until the last minute.

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Whether those of this second group say they simply work well under pressure or acknowledge they tend to put things off, procrastination is an extremely common habit.

Even if procrastinators do complete their work on time, they run the risk of being unable to accommodate unexpected problems, and it can stress out team members, superiors, and subordinates who

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