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carbtech72

How do you deal with a complaining employee

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After 2 years of being open and having good growth, I was able to hire my 1st employee. We had worked together before at another shop and he is a fantastic tech, everything you could ask in an employee except for one thing......he complains about everything. From cars, customers, politics, kids, loud cars, Japanese motorcycles... you name it, he gripes about it. He does amazing work, never a comeback, always on time, just a miserable SOB. He has it pretty good here with good pay and flexible hours . I cant afford to lose him but I cant deal with his constant complaining. Any ideas?

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