You can best deal with these negative coworkers by avoiding their presence at work.
Assuming that this is not always possible for you, here are tips for dealing with difficult, negative coworkers.
He is usually at a computer terminal where he monitors his various schemes, often in a creepy old castle. agents have captured Penny and her computer book and he has jammed her watch and sometimes Brain a number of times). Throughout the entire series, Claw is an unseen character, only just his arms and gloved hands are visible, leaving the viewer to guess as to his face and body, though a shadow of his body can be seen in Inspector Gadget Saves Christmas, and The Japanese Connection.
Although he's aware of Gadget's idiocy, he believes the Inspector to be his greatest enemy, never realizing that it is actually Penny and Brain who foil his plots in each episode (although he or his M. Though his face is never shown, evidence suggests that he has the appearance of a mad scientist.
Despite sitting down in an executive chair for most of the series, it is clear that he possesses an intimidating physical stature (as others are usually shown cowering when he stands).
While for many he was a 'model agent', his reputation and impressive record has now been marred after finding himself in the middle of an FBI investigation into misconduct by his drugs task force, The Advocate reports.
Whether the confrontation is about sharing credit for work accomplished, coworker habits and approaches that are irritating or sloppy, intentional missed customer delivery deadlines, or about keeping a project on track, sometimes you need to confront your coworker.
High-flyer Scott made plenty of enemies during his 17 years with the DEA where he gained a reputation as a ruthless agent who would often boast to suspects he was the 'baddest (mother)' along the Interstate 12, in Louisiana and styled himself as the 'white devil.'On another occasion, Scott was actually suspended for allowing an informant to use his own money during a sting to try and prove to the dealer that the deal was legitimate. Arthur Lemann III, a veteran defense attorney who accused Scott of 'outrageous misconduct' in a federal drug case, told The Advocate: 'I've always felt that he was sort of off the books, that he was a guy who would go to extremes that I felt violated a sense of equal justice.'Scott had emailed her, comparing her decision to an incident last September where her husband had been attacked during a break-in at her French Quarter home but was subsequently only charged with a municipal misdemeanour.