Working in retail for so long, as a stocker, I always believed that if an associate is too difficult to work with, they end up hindering the process and should be terminated. I've heard countless times from different levels of management that they will keep an associate, regardless of their impact on other associates, as long as they get the job done. Now I am running into a dilemma. I still stick to my beliefs. If someone is a pain in the ass, then let them go. The energy it takes to deal with that individual is not worth it. I started a gaming website and I need an artist to draw up the many aspects of the site. I have gone through almost 2 dozen artists, all various skill levels, have spent a couple hundred dollars on testing images and I still have yet to have a *final* image for the site. But finally, I have found someone who can "get the job done", but I feel they are a difficult person to work with. With all the money and time I have spent looking for someone, should I continue my search or deal with this individual? I find them to be difficult because of their attitude. I am very particular about how things are done and I'm very 'anal' about having things done uniformly, and this has been questioned. I feel that I am paying an artist to do something, I shouldn't have to explain. I need some help and advice! Thanks!