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In this week's episode of "Well This Happened", tell us what you think is the best way to deal with a co-worker who is known for sharing TMI!



Co-Worker Is Always Oversharing [Part 1] www.youtube.com


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A: Pull Your Co-Worker Aside & Confront Her

B: Go To HR & Have Them Address It

C: Say Nothing, She Should Know Better!

D: Leave An Anonymous Note On Her Desk

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