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Still Waters

Why your boss could easily be devious

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Troublesome colleagues are likely to harbour a "dark triad" of psychopathic tendencies, Machiavellian cunning and narcissistic selfishness, according to a new study.

If you feel your colleagues are out to get you, it turns out you could be right.

A study of office politics suggests that workplaces are a jungle of awkward personalities vying for domination.

http://www.telegraph...psychopath.html

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AsteroidX

Im my own boss. What does that mean ?

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Ealdwita

Im my own boss. What does that mean ?

If, like me, you employ people, paranoia takes on a whole new dimension! s5398.gif

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AsteroidX

Oh no. I could never trust employees. Im a do it myselfer because of it. :tu:

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Ealdwita

Oh no. I could never trust employees. Im a do it myselfer because of it. :tu:

Too many 'early morning' chores to be done around here to DIY. (And I'm a lazy little sod too!)

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The Id3al Experience

This is why I regret being in Business, Id perfer a trade now, more blunt to the point... No bulshet processes to have to go through...

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White Unicorn

Im my own boss. What does that mean ?

You're wise !

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