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Annoying habits in the workplace

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It's the gum chewing colleague in the next cubicle, the loud talker in your office, or, the whistler, hummer or speaker phone addict. 

There is generally always a habit that someone has that will annoy others and they don't seem to realize how bothersome it can be. 

So what can we do about a co-worker's annoying habits?

We spoke to our workplace psychologist, Doctor Jennifer Newman.

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