There are hours spent in the office, days, weeks and years go by during which time we sit by colleagues who can sometimes really annoy us. There is always going to be office politics and there will always be those few individuals that get up our nose.
The person who is always too hot or too cold and likes to mess with the thermostat or air conditioning constantly.
Taking calls on speakerphone so that everyone in the office has to hear that conversation even though they’ve got their own calls to take.
The lunch thief – it is so surprising that grown men and women sneak into the fridge and steal food but it happens a lot and it’s ridiculous. Grow up people!
People who always moan and are so negative about everything that it brings you down too. Some colleagues to like to play the eternal victim and make working life a soul-destroying experience.
The gossiping whisperers who start as soon as someone leaves the room. It’s not nice and it’s not school, so again – Grow up people!
The stomper aka the huffer – whenever things don’t go their way, off they go slamming everything they can lay their hands on and nearly ripping the door of its hinges. Unless you’re a brain surgeon or an astronaut, nothing’s that important right? For a range of office chairs, visit https://www.easyofficefurniture.co.uk/Office-Chairs
The colleague that talks so loudly that you can’t concentrate on anything else. It is deafening and self-centred as they want the whole office to hear under the guise of just chatting to you. Give them their own show but not in the workplace.
There is always one person who is always asking for help for the same issue instead of taking the time to learn it properly like you had to or the office hoarder who empties the supplies cupboard but has it all in their bottom drawer.
The one who brings in elaborate and horrendously smelly things to eat at their desk and using the last of the coffee or tea and not replacing it.
This will sound incredibly grumpy but the one person who is always doing something incredible for charity, like the London Marathon or sky-jumping. If you’ve sponsored them once, you’ve sponsored them a thousand times. Have a word with their boss because it’s clear that they have too much time on their hands!