A coworker who takes credit for someone else's work or rattles off obnoxious jokes is engaging in one of the top 10 most offensive workplace no-no's, according to survey results released this week.
These and other workplace misdeeds earned spots on a "Terrible Ten" list of rude working-world behaviors. While discrimination topped the list as most offensive, other highly ranked job-related transgressions occur beyond the office entrance, such as crazy driving.
"The research suggests that people are bothered more by the transgressions of coworkers and strangers than by those of family and friends," said study team member P.M. Forni, director of the Civility Initiative at Johns Hopkins University, which began in 1997 to evaluate the significance of manners and civility in contemporary society....
Discrimination is no doubt the worse of all and probally the most offensive and yet it seems it's unavoidable, but that's why it's wise to invest in your own business.........I'd like to..........because then you won't have to kiss anyone's rear end!
You might add shopping online, balancing your check book online, keeping up with your favorite sports team, etc. Taking a wage (Thou shalt not steal?) for doing anything other than what you're being paid to do.