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What’s the best way to handle a co-worker not pulling his or her weight?

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In a June report from CareerBuilder and Harris Interactive, 27 percent of more than 2,000 employers surveyed said they "have a current direct report that they would like to see leave their company."

Here are the top ways managers confronted these workers:

-Pointed out shortcomings in employee’s performance more often -Reduced responsibilities -Hired someone else to eventually replace the employee -Moving the employee to another work area

What do you think is the best way to handle a worker not pulling his or her own weight? Take our poll to the right.

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