Insubordination at Work: Examples & How to Address It

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In the modern workplace, where collaboration and respect are essential for success and productivity, insubordination emerges as a disruptive force that can challenge any organization. This type of behavior creates conflict, destroys standard workflow, and compromises teamwork. 

While a certain degree of individualism and critical thinking is valued in today’s work culture, insubordination goes beyond healthy disagreements among teams. It can escalate to bigger troubles and headaches for employers and managers. 

This article will define insubordination and its impact in the workplace, the different types and examples of insubordination, and how to address it when it happens.

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