"Stop Putting Up With Problem Employees...
“Here’s How You Can Quickly and Easily Get Your Employees To Do Everything You Want Them to Do… Without Babysitting Them - Guaranteed!”
Dear Fellow Manager,
How much have you wasted in the last year babysitting problem employees?
Suppose you could wave a magic wand and end that foolishness today?
What would that be worth to you?
Imagine… being able to get through an entire week without constant interruptions caused by employee problems.
Sound too good to be true?
Well, it isn’t if you have the right tools.
Think about it. Your time is the most valuable asset you have. When you spend too much of it on one employee, you might as well be doing his job yourself.
Simply put, why are you even bothering to pay him to do the job?
But Getting People to Do What They’re Supposed
to Do Is the Hard Part…
It could take you years and can cost you a small fortune to figure out just the right combinations that get some employees to succeed – while others fall flat on their face.
But instead of knocking yourself out trying to come up with just the right motivators, you can now have it all in my new 6-CD audio course called
When Good Employees Go Bad
At last! Everything you need to turn high-maintenance employees into smooth operators who do their job and leave you alone is here.
But don’t take my word for it.
Here's what others have to say...
Which of These Powerful Secrets
Could You Use To Make Your Job Easier?
1) The absolute best way to handle employees caught searching for another job on company time (and it’s NOT to fire them!)
2) The right way to deal with employee theft (one restaurant still had to pay unemployment benefits after firing an employee for embezzling because they had no written policy stating that theft would result in termination). Also covers falsifying expense reports, mileage logs, time sheets, or clocking in coworkers (“buddy punching”), and abuse of company credit or debit cards
3) How strict you should be about allowing employees eating at their workstations
4) How to deal with employees who use foul language (and how you can be sued if you don’t!)
5) How to end insubordination
6) How to get ungrateful employees with an entitlement mentality to appreciate their jobs
7) How to handle bickering over work schedules and who has to work on holidays
8) How to handle employees who abuse alcohol and drugs
9) How to handle employees who are good workers but are just in over their heads (the Peter Principle)
10) How to handle employees who drop the ball in your lap when you can least afford it
11) How to handle extramarital affairs between employees (and what can happen if you don’t handle the situation)
12) How to handle the owner’s wife or husband who only shows up long enough to create problems but never stays long enough to solve them
13) How to respond when employees ask you for advances on paychecks
14) How to manage “beauty queens”
15) How to manage employees after they tender a two-week resignation (“lame ducks”)
16) How to manage employees who always blame others for their mistakes
17) How to manage employees who always want to argue
18) How to manage whiners and complainers
19) How to get wishy washy people to make faster decisions and stop hem-hawing around
20) How to manage employees who cherry pick the most desirable tasks and leave the crummy stuff for others
21) How to manage employees who cry when corrected
22) How to manage employees who don’t speak fluent English when you don’t speak their language (Yes, it can be effectively done!)
23) How to manage employees whose carelessness causes problems for themselves, their coworkers, and you
24) How to manage employees with a bad attitude
25) How to keep yourself motivated when your boss is a jerk
26) How to manage hypochondriacs
27) How to manage know-it-alls
28) How to manage narrow minded people
29) How to manage pathological liars
30) How to manage people with smart mouths
31) How to manage slackers
32) How to manage stubborn, pig headed people who want to do things their way and fight change
33) How to manage tattle tales
34) How to motivate lazy employees
35) How to respond to employees who tell you how to do your job
36) How to settle conflicts between coworkers
37) How to speed up slow pokes
38) How to stop employees from breaking the chain of command
39) How to stop employees from bringing their personal problems to work (even when their home lives are like a Jerry Springer episode)
40) How to stop employees from camping out in the bathroom
41) How to stop employees from making or receiving too many personal phone calls
42) How to stop employees from using company vehicles for personal use
43) How to stop gossiping
44) How to stop group gripe sessions (and keep from being ambushed by a hostile group of employees who are feeding of each other’s mob mentality)
45) How to supervise employees who are your personal friends
46) How to supervise people with toxic personalities
47) How to supervise your own family members
48) How to tell how of much of your bought-and-paid-for time is being wasted by employees sending and receiving personal e-mails or surfing the Internet - and the best way to stop it without interfering with legitimate business use of e-mail or the Internet
49) The best way to deal with employees’ use of personal cell phones at work
50) The best way to manage employees you don’t see every day
51) The single best way to respond to employees who say “that’s not in my job description”
52) When and how to legally monitoring employees by video camera
Okay, So What’s The Cost for This Incredible Resource?
Well, realize that this system could easily sell for thousands of dollars. In fact if you asked a top management consultant like myself to show you how to handle each of these employee problems, you’d be charged in the neighborhood of $5,000 to $10,000, and that wouldn’t even include the audio CDs that are included with this program.
But I’m not going to charge you anywhere near that amount or even my minimum project price. In fact, your total investment for When Good Employees Go Bad is only $297.
Plus These 3 FREE Bonuses for Ordering by Midnight Tonight:
Free Bonus Gift #1: “What Happened to the American Work Ethic?”
on audio CD
Free Bonus Gift #2: Ready-to-use Microsoft Word templates for verbal warnings, written warnings, suspension, and probation, fully customizable and with unlimited usage rights.
Free Bonus Gift #3: “How to Handle Angry People” on audio CD
Together these three free bonuses are worth more than double your investment in the When Good Employees Go Bad -- but they're all yours absolutely FREE when you order by midnight tonight.
Your success in using When Good Employees Go Bad is completely guaranteed. In fact, here’s my 100% Better-Than-Risk-Free-Take-it-To-The-Bank Guarantee:
Is that fair or what?
That means you can try out all the tactics and j management techniques at my risk, while you see if they work for you or not. And if they don’t produce, I honestly want you to ask for your money back. And I’ll let you keep the free bonus gifts as my way of thanking you for giving When Good Employees Go Bad a try.
There is absolutely no risk, whatsoever on your part. The burden to deliver is entirely on me. If you don’t produce immediate results using these proven management techniques then I’m the loser, not you.
Look at it this way -- $297 is really a painless drop in the bucket compared to the money you’re going to waste babysitting problem employees this year. That’s why…
You Really Can’t Afford Not To Invest In When Good Employees Go Bad.
You’ll have the answers to every management challenge you’ll ever face at your fingertips when you need it. There is absolutely no way that you can lose - except by not taking me up on this risk-free examination of When Good Employees Go Bad.
Here's How To Order Right Now!
Click on the button below. It doesn't matter if it's 2:00 in the morning! Your order will be shipped within 24 hours along with your FREE bonuses and you’ll be back to doing what you were hired to do in no time flat. I guarantee it!
Click on the "Add to Cart" button to order this item now:
To Your Success,