If you’re good at your job, chances are your bosses will cut you a little slack from time to time.
But their are limits to how we behave at work, according to a new study about workday behavior.
3 out of 4 workers have reported seeing “adolescent behavior” at their workplace.
How do they define adolescent behavior? The study gives us some specific details.
- Company owner threw tantrums, yelled and slammed doors when he didn’t get his way.
- Employee hid to get away from duties and work responsibility.
- Employee intentionally set up a co-worker to get him/her in trouble.
- Employee ate other employees’ food from the company refrigerator.
- Employee blocked parking spots to prevent other employees from parking closer to the front door.
- Employee gossiped about all of his direct reports, then pretended to be their advocate.
- Employee constantly pulled up inappropriate content on her cell phone and showed it to her “clique.”
- Employee went to lunch and never came back.
Maybe you’re the visual type. If so, watch the video at the top of the screen for a few tips on how NOT to behave at the office!