10 Types of Employees Who Constantly Annoy Their Bosses

ROFL 27-03-2015

Every office Is An Open Office Really Better Than A Closed One? An open floor plan is a big change. You might be wondering if going with an open office is actually beneficial, or if it's just a bunch of fluff. Read More has some annoying types of employees. You know, the kind who drive their bosses crazy with poor work ethic! Whether it’s annoying habits specific to an open office The Most Annoying Things You Can Do In An Open Office This infographic shows you some of the most annoying things that happen in an open office. Do you do any of these, or do you have a coworker who does? Read More , or just general annoyances, there’s always those people who feel the need to drive their coworkers and bosses up the wall.

The infographic below shows ten of the most common types of hated employees. Don’t do these things, and you just might find that you get ahead at work faster than you ever thought possible!

Do you have any of these types of workers in your office? Do you fall into any of these without even knowing it? Let us know in the comments!

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  1. AdamB
    March 27, 2015 at 6:29 pm

    Great list, but I wish it was stated in a positive form. I lead a team, and I would totally use "10 things to do to make your boss love you" in a team meeting or email.

  2. Jon Green
    March 27, 2015 at 2:39 pm

    Seems to me that whoever created (perhaps "committed" would be a better word) this graphic falls firmly into no.2. And you can take either meaning for that phrase.

    Basically: if you can't get your head around the idea that people are different from you, and work in a different way, and that the most important thing for success is to have people working for you who are both happy and effective, find a job that doesn't involve being a boss, because you're helping them to be neither.

    And that's coming from someone who's been (and is) a CEO of several companies, by the way.

  3. Josh
    March 27, 2015 at 1:19 pm

    Kinda funny that being on this site may all make us the number 6 employee

  4. Nikolas Theriot
    March 27, 2015 at 12:05 pm

    Sycophant employees. They always suck up at boss.

  5. jack
    March 27, 2015 at 12:03 pm

    Gosh, you have just described every person in my company and in every company that I have ever worked for!