Tardiness, whining, and pungent lunches all irritate UK employees, a new study has found, but only a third are prepared to do anything about it.
Constantly late co-workers came top of the list, which was compiled by Viking, with incessant moaning coming second. Interestingly, women are more likely to be riled up by an empty toilet roll holder, whereas men ranked office gossip as a top bad habit. The full table can be found below.
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