100 Worst Employees

By Jim Stovall and Kristine Sexter

100 worst Employees

The stories you are about to read are true.

Some of the names or places have been altered to protect the guilty. You will find some of the stories to be humorous while others are shocking or just sad. But all of them are opportunities for you to learn, grow, and excel. Jim Stovall and Kristine Sexter have put together a powerful collection of stories that illustrate the truth about some recognizable characters in the workplace. Learn from the mistakes these infamous members of the workforce made and improve your ability to make yourself more employable and skillful in your field and career.

If we explore what the worst employees do and avoid those practices, what remains is excellence.

A successful, fulfilling, and positive career can bring us true happiness and contentment in both our professional and our personal life. An unsuccessful career can put us in a place where we feel like an indentured slave--overworked, underpaid, and not appreciated.

If you approach your job with maximum effort and a great attitude while avoiding all of the pitfalls outlined in these pages, you will become a valuable employee and reap all of the rewards that go along with it. Check out 100 Worst Employees and enjoy the humor while learning how to be your best self today!


jim stovall

Jim Stovall has enjoyed success as an author, athlete, investment broker, and entrepreneur while dealing with the challenge of blindness. During his remarkable life, Jim has been a national champion Olympic weightlifter, as well as the author of more than 30 books. In addition to his personal achievements, Jim was honored as the 2000 International Humanitarian of the Year, joining Jimmy Carter, Nancy Reagan, and Mother Teresa as a recipient of this prestigious award.

As co-founder and president of the Emmy Award-winning Narrative Television Network (NTN), Jim has also helped make movies and television accessible for America's 13 million blind and visually impaired people and their families.

Jim Stovall can be reached at 918-627-1000 or at Jim@JimStovall.com.