Why You Should Confront a Colleague's Addiction Early

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When is the best time to confront someone in the firm about their addiction? If a colleague has a problem, but nothing has really "gone wrong" for them, their clients or the firm, what is the likelihood of convincing this person or my other partners that the person needs help?

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