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Poor hygiene was the & # 39; most annoying & # 39; of working with other people, an overwhelming 43 percent of respondents said

Employees stink a stink … about smelly friends! According to "the most annoying", poor hygiene is working with other people

  • Colleagues with body odor are more likely to get people's nose up, poll says
  • More than 40 percent said that poor hygiene was the & # 39; most annoying & # 39; used to be
  • A third of employees were irritated by their colleagues who ignored their emails
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Colleagues can be annoying in many ways, but according to a new poll, colleagues with a bad body odor are the most excited.

Poor hygiene was the & # 39; most annoying & # 39; of working with other people, an overwhelming 43 percent of respondents said.

Poor hygiene was the & # 39; most annoying & # 39; of working with other people, an overwhelming 43 percent of respondents said

Poor hygiene was the & # 39; most annoying & # 39; of working with other people, an overwhelming 43 percent of respondents said

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A third of employees were irritated by colleagues who ignored emails, followed closely by those who left a communal kitchen in a mess.

Messy desks, interrupting phone calls, staying in the toilet for too long, talking loudly and eating smelly food at the office were also irritating, according to the Vapourcore poll.

According to the poll, it was also irritating to stay in the toilet too long. A third of employees were irritated by colleagues who ignored emails, followed closely by those who left a communal kitchen in a mess

According to the poll, it was also irritating to stay in the toilet too long. A third of employees were irritated by colleagues who ignored emails, followed closely by those who left a communal kitchen in a mess

According to the poll, it was also irritating to stay in the toilet too long. A third of employees were irritated by colleagues who ignored emails, followed closely by those who left a communal kitchen in a mess

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