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Expert Reveals Types of Office Colleagues That Get on Your Nerves

by Kathy Jones on October 6, 2013 at 10:39 PM
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 Expert Reveals Types of Office Colleagues That Get on Your Nerves

An expert has revealed the "typical" office colleagues that you wish you never had to deal with including the skiver and the chatterbox.

First of all, there is the brown-noser, a shameless worker who is ready to do anything to get a promotion and then there's the lazy git who prefers to focus on Facebook rather than work, Metro.co.uk reported.

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Another type pointed out by the expert is the worker bee, who is the first to arrive and last to leave the office, not to mention the skiver who only seems to be in at the most inconvenient time.

Then there's the credit hogger who likes to pass off other's ideas as his or her own.

The "typical types" also include the mug, who says yes to any task give to him, the stress pot, who always finds something to worry about and considers any mistake, no matter how small, as the end of the world.

Source: ANI
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