How (Not) to Deal with Conflicts in the Workplace.

Via on May 21, 2012

It’s Monday.

Personally, I like Mondays because I like my work and like the start of a fresh, new week. But if you’ve got “a case of the Mondays,” don’t like your boss or are feeling a little stifled at work this morning, be glad you don’t work for this guy!


(Actually, it might be kind of fun…minus the gruesome denouement, of course).

If you are really not happy at work, maybe it’s time to shake things up a bit. Work you love should energize you, not make you want to go Kung Fu office supply warrior (although I think if all of us elephants were in one office all the time, we would definitely get silly with the paperclips—minus the bloodshed).


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