Our expert says:
Having a personality problem, ( IF one does ) does not make it impossible to conform to the rules of normal social conduct. it does NOT mean that one "cannot help oneself". Some forms might make it harder to confrom in some ways rather than others. But one does generally have the choice.
I'm not expert on employment law, of course, but it'd be wise to have had ( and perhaps to now set up ) a formal agreement between you as to how you should each behave in some important ways.
If she is in debt to others, perhaps she is more broadly deceptive,or just in serious money difficulties.
Lies are really dificult for the liar to manage remembering the truth is hard enough, but remembering what lies one has told, and which lies were told to who, is extremely difficult.
She may be sociopathic, or just not very bright and not dominantly clever, and not able to cope well with dealing with others
Have you discussed with her your concerns, and suggested that she really doesn't seem to want to do this job properly, and may want to leave ? YOu may need to consult a labour lawyer or the Dept of Labour, to check your rights and hers if you are thinking of dismissing her. You may need to give her formal warnings, in writing and if possible, witnessed by others.
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