Performance Curve Associated with Long-term Substance Abusing Behavior of an Employee
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As an employee's substance abuse problem or addiction grows worse, risk increases over the years and productivity typically deteriorates. Supervisors may eventually witness erratic performance characterized by large swings between satisfactory and unsatisfactory performance.

An employee's performance may improve dramatically and conspicuously after a confrontation with the supervisor. Supervisors are more likely to grade performance along the low points of this up-and-down cycle, while minimizing the high points. This can make it appear that the employee's performance is worse than it actually is.

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