We all make mistakes.
Yet when tasks are so straightforward and mistakes are done consistently over and over again, one must try to find out why. Mistake making seemed to be a common occurrence with one of my staff members.
Simple data entry should be easy to do - a 10 year old could do it.
My guess is that the individual is or has one of these:
- Lack of personal responsibility.
- Vision problems.
- Brain fog.
- Excess of external stimulus preventing focus.
- The so-called ADHD issue.
- Limited education.
Lack of personal responsibility from a physician's perspective becomes a counseling issue.
Vision problems become an optometrist's issue - at least to screen for major conditions. However, basic supplementation with the necessary eye nutrients could help a ton.
Brain fog is a major one. I know of an individual who has Celiac's disease - meaning she cannot eat gluten containing foods such as wheat and some other grains. If a person with Celiacs eats gl...