I have recently stepped in professional environment. I am generally a ‘desirable’ coworker and don’t create any problem in the office environment. However, I am facing this distressing situation. A person at the workplace has an attitude problem and he is quite infuriating. When annoyed by something, he slams his keyboard in the desk, curses loudly and generally disturbs the professional air of the office. This kind of attitude does not affect directly but it definitely distracts me.
Once, a few months back, he got into a fight and was reported to the HR. The manager asked us all to be open about the office environment and report any unprofessional activity that may occur. Should I talk about it to the HR manager or let it go? I don’t want to sound childish or seem like a tattler.
Answer from ROZEE
Being in an office requires professionalism and if you strive for it, you are on the right track! You have deemed it right; there is a thin line between complaining rightly and tattling. Let’s just see the difference. My dictionary says Read More »