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We've all dealt with a toxic or annoying co-worker in the office at one point or another. Maybe you've got a bad case of executives that steal company Keurig cups or drama queens that spend hours talking to you about their family conflicts. For whichever reasons your colleagues are driving you crazy, we've come up with a simple guide to help transform you into a relationship mastermind quickly:

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Being told you're getting demoted is never an easy obstacle to face, whether you fall on the spectrum of "I love what I do," or "Gosh, when can I get out of this place?" The truth is, a demotion will sting and feelings of uneasiness and fear will seep in.

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If you're a football fan, you're probably very familiar with the Antonio Brown situation.

The Pro-Bowl wide receiver became a locker room problem for the Pittsburgh Steelers and was traded to the Oakland Raiders in the off-season. However, Brown never played a game for Oakland and, through a series of bizarre events, essentially forced his release from the team and joined the New England Patriots for the 2019 season.

If you're still reading this, you must be wondering, what does this have to do with workplace culture?

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Congratulations! You got the job! Getting a new job is exciting. However, after the dust settles from celebrating this accomplishment, you have some work to do.

Being a new employee can be tough sometimes, but if you're ready to embrace the challenge, you can make a smooth career change. Here are a few tips to make sure you start your new job on the right foot.

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In this week's edition of Well, This Happened, the series that lets you become a career coach, we addressed Becky's serious and awkward workplace situation.

Becky wrote that she and her co-worker were complaining about a co-worker and client via an email chain. At one point in the conversation, Becky's co-worker accidentally tagged an email list that then sent out her response and the whole email conversation to the ENTIRE company. She's not sure how she can recover from this or what to do next.

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