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Who's The Boss?

Dealing With Difficult Co-Workers

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  • Miss No Manners

    Maybe you can hear her chewing (or chomping gum or playing music) through the cubicle wall, or perhaps she cooks smelly food in the office microwave and leaves sloppy leftovers in the shared fridge. Whatever workplace etiquette rules you swear by, Miss No Manners is likely to break them. If you're comfortable speaking up, then it's completely appropriate to ask her to stop her annoying behavior, says Lenkov. However, if you're not her superior, then she may view your request as confrontational. Other options? Speak with the office manager or an office administrator, urges Lenkov, or suggest your superior send an office-wide email reminding everyone to observe and respect the company's code of conduct.

Who's The Boss?
Dealing With Difficult Co-Workers
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