31 January 2013 16:39 | By Denise Ngo
10 signs your colleague is out to get you

10 signs your co-worker is out to get you



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Text: Denise Ngo
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If you were antagonised in school, we’ve got some bad news: bullies are just as populous, cruel, and as discriminating in the workplace. If anything, it’s worse because they’re smarter as adults.  School bullies can rob you of your lunch money, but an especially evil office bully can cost you your entire income. They’ll badmouth you to the boss, take credit for your ideas, and purposely leave you out of memos. Granted, overbearing bosses and colleagues exist everywhere, but the difference between someone who expects a lot out of you and someone who has it out for you is the element of personal malice.

Here are some tell-tale signs that you’re the target of the office bully:

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