Complaining, gossiping and making excuses are just a few of the worst traits of a disengaged employee. These employees can suck the energy out of the room, can be extremely difficult to work with, and are harmful to an organization.
This infographic, which describes 13 personality traits of a disengaged employee, was crafted with love by Officevibe, the employee engagement platform that helps managers see the Return on Investment (ROI) of company culture while making employees happier and more motivated at work.
Something to note is this infographic also describes the personality traits of a bad employee. You can repair a disengaged employee, bad employees often are not repairable. In any event, any employee who carries the below listed traits should be counselled and if their performance does not improve, it may be best to let them go.
Take a look at the below personality traits of a disengaged employee and determine if you know of or work with any disengaged employees and think about how they affect your department and/or workplace.
-13 Personality Traits of a Disengaged Employee [Infographic]. (n.d.). Officevibe. Retrieved June 18, 2014, from http://www.officevibe.com/blog/infographic-disengaged-employees