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  • Making the work place a jerk free zone
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    Alex Proimos (2009) ©
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Making the work place a jerk free zone

Jerks have ruled the workplace for a long time. In the past, having to deal with an obnoxious colleague was just another part of the office experience. Today, tolerance towards rude colleagues is dwindling, and several companies are implementing official 'no jerk' policies.

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