Our weekly featured "Hired!" usually gives you tips on getting a new job. But this week we have advice on how not to lose the job you have!
FOX Business Network's Cheryl Casone reports in "Hired!":
Keeping you Hired! I'm Cheryl Casone with the FOX Business Network.
According to leadership training company Fierce, negativity at work trumps gossip, laziness and passive aggressive behavior when it comes to bad workplace etiquette. Here's how to deal...
The drama queen or king is always looking for attention, and will go out of their way to one up you at every corner. If you work with that person, best advice is to go about your business and ignore the person. Ignore their rants at all costs.
The bearer of bad news... another office negative. People can't wait to tell you the world is ending. My advice? Try to exit any conversation gracefully.
The office gossip... one to avoid. They love stirring up the worst case scenarios, and some gossip can be fun, but it's a big work don't. When the gossip starts, call your co-worker out and ask for facts.
Debbie-downer... great on "SNL", not at work. This person is toxic. Sometimes these individuals don't realize they are being so negative, and it's good practice to point out in the nicest way possible their attitude is reflecting badly on them.
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I'm Cheryl Casone with the FOX Business Network for FOX News Radio.
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