Top 10 most awkward office moments revealed

Top 10 most awkward office moments revealed

What is the most embarrassing thing to have happened to you at work? Chances are there are a few to choose from.

The British Heart Foundation has interviewed over 2,000 UK employees to find the definitive top ten moments that have made you cringe in the office, with some rather surprising results.

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Comments (4)

  • Andy
    Andy
    Thu, 3 Dec 2015 1:27pm GMT
    Can't wait to chat with Peter at the office party this Christmas!
  • John
    John
    Mon, 23 Nov 2015 8:22am GMT
    Thanks Shahzad - you clearly are a joy to work with :)
  • Shahzad
    Shahzad
    Wed, 18 Nov 2015 1:03pm GMT
    Thanks Peter, I bet you´re a joy to work with :)
  • Peter
    Peter
    Wed, 11 Nov 2015 2:21pm GMT
    Why should one know what ones dreary colleagues do? It will be at least as pointless as ones own job. As for the idea that HR should work to make people less reticent and workplaces more fun - they should stick to what they do best - patronising 'our people', making our people redundant and turning what was once dignified work into sweated labour.

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