My co-workers are driving me crazy! -- Labor Legislation, Drew ...
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#1 Apr 6, 2008
I am in a situation where I am forced to be on a 'team'. Not because of a project or job function...just because. I HATE having to interact with these people on a daily basis. Not really personal, I'm just NOT a people person. I work well on my own and I don't want to have to explain what I am working on to them when they have nothing whatsoever to do with my job function. I am under a massive amount of stress due to this and I don't feel I have any options. How can I handle this better? Any suggestions?
#2 Apr 8, 2008
I'd dare say you have less related stress than the thousands being laid off. I'd be glad to have a job I suspect.
One option is to start your own business. Then you get all the credit and all the blame. Though that's not for everyone. After 20 some years of working for myself, I could never be an employee again, one reason being what you're talking about. But you're job goes home with you every night, and often stays with you on the week ends like the long lost cousin who comes to visit and won't go home.
If it's just the stolen lunch issue, some well concealed Jalapenos and Thai chili peppers will cure that.
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