If there are people in your office who aren’t living life to its fullest, that’s too bad, but as long as it doesn’t affect workplace morale too much, you shouldn't worry about it. On the other hand, people in your office who aren’t living at all - as in they’re dead - can really disrupt productivity. So, as the business’s owner, you’re going to have to do something.
If they’re just sitting there being dead, that’s not so hard. You do what everyone does with a dead person: you take them outside, you put them in a canoe, and then you bury the canoe. It’s the other kinds of dead people that cause problems: ghosts.
And what makes it even tougher is that every ghost is different. There’s not some simple way to get rid of them. You have to build a strategy for removal based on the specific ghost you have. But don’t worry; we here at The Sean Adams University of Business Management Development Leadership can help you out. Here’s a list of common workplace ghosts and the best way to dispose of them: