How do you know if your employees like what they’re doing and contribute positively to the workplace? More importantly: How do you know if they don’t, and what impact is this having on your business?

Although being positive would seem to be more powerful than being negative, the reverse is actually true. And those negative emotions can do more than just create frowns—they can impact key components of your business including leadership and teamwork.

Knowing what behaviors are disruptive as well as what to do about them is a difficult problem, though. There are a range of actions and behaviors that employers must recognize and address. It’s also important to make employees—especially those with a negative attitude—understand the consequences of those choices. This infographic clearly delineates what’s at stake and what to do about it.

Poor attitudes

Infographic by Quill