What a Workplace can’t afford

It is like cancer to productivity

Crisp photo by Matthew Lancaster on Unsplash

Being in the workforce for most of my life at this point has led me to one simple conclusion; we are all raised differently and it can be seen when we are at work together.

The factors that make us different are relatively consistent from job to job:

  • Courtesy/lack thereof

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Project Manager, blogger, writer. I write about the struggles of adult life and how to grow as a person. I welcome all open discussions.

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Aaron McClure

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Project Manager, blogger, writer. I write about the struggles of adult life and how to grow as a person. I welcome all open discussions.

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