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Coping with Coworkers
What do you do when personalities clash in the office, or when your coworker takes credit for something you did, misses a deadline, or just plain annoys you?
Recognize the goals and responsibilities you share by virtue of working in the same office.
Resolving a conflict at work calls for more discretion than dealing with a forgiving family member. Coworkers who may not even like each other are obliged to cooperate in intensely interdependent workplaces. Working in teams, as so many organizations do, can make for some combustible situations.
Play Nicely, and Directly
So what do you do when personalities clash in the office, or when your coworker takes credit for something you did, misses a deadline, talks behind your back, or just plain annoys you?
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