What do you get when you put together employees with diverse personalities, work backgrounds, different temperaments and habits, and varying levels of weirdness? Chaos.
But nowadays, that’s what most managers call a “team,” and the difficulty of handling such a team doesn’t stop with aforementioned differences. In fact, that’s just the start. Add a dash of disregard for authority, laziness, or a lack of initiative and you have a “typical” team.