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Annoying Habits in the Workplace

I found this article on annoying habits in the workplace.  It made me laugh as I have either seen (or perhaps been part of) many of these in my career.  I took a poll of a few friends and colleagues and we added a few more: 

-showing up late to meetings and then when everyone looks at you, you look at everyone like, "What? what’s the problem?"
-getting on your phone or responding to emails during a meeting
-copying someone (or everyone) on emails when the email is completely irrelevant to them
-taking credit when you don’t deserve it
-constantly having a conversation over cube walls
-receiving three page "inspirational emails"
-that person that always feels like they need to speak up, even when they have nothing of value to add
-that person who always feels like they need to be right
-cutting someone off in the middle of their sentence, as if what they have to say is more important
-someone stops by as your eating lunch and sits down and wants to have a conversation with you

What did we miss?  I am sure there are some out there that we did not think of.  Let me know what annoying habits you have that we did not list. 

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Chris Woolard

Chris Woolard

Chris is responsible for the sale, design, implementation, account management, and consulting for his clients’ employee and customer assessment programs. He focuses on employee loyalty consulting and is considered Walker’s employee loyalty expert. He has worked with many companies on customer due diligence solutions.

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