Thursday, August 9, 2012
Researchers Explain Why You Should Avoid Cranky Colleagues
Reading this article today on CNN Money instantly reminded me of more than a few past and present coworkers. Every office or laboratory has at least one person who is perpetually angry and/or dissatisfied with their job in general or particular work responsibilities. Nothing ever goes right, and every day is a bad day. Recent research shows why avoiding and ignoring this negativity will help you to be more satisfied in your current position. Perhaps this will also serve as a wake-up call to some of you who might be the office crankypants.