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The WORST office etiquette revealed

For an average of seven and a half hours per day, employees are largely required to coexist in a relatively compact space. Whilst this is positive for good communication and productivity, it also puts a significant emphasis on the need to follow strict office etiquette to ensure that this coexistence is positive and pain-free.

And whilst maintaining a messy working space and being noisy are infuriating traits in colleagues, a study conducted by researchers at Olivet Nazarene University in Illinois found that ‘weird eating habits’ were by far the most frustrating thing that is guaranteed to irk colleagues.

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