How to Handle An Undermining Employee?

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The best way to handle undermining employees is to make sure you do not become one of them. It is hard to focus on work, with others are using so much energy to make you look bad. If it gets really bad, then you can talk with the manager first and that does not give you any results, then speak with the next inline. Most companies have a chain of command in affect, just make sure you follow. When employees act this way it is because they know they are not doing their best and they are jealous of your job performance. Do not allow them to make your life miserable.
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