20 Types of Workmates You Meet In The Office

20 Types of Workmates You Meet In The Office

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Work, work, work, as Rihanna would put it. Unfortunately real-life isn’t a pop-song with flashy cuts and takes. Real-life work means continuous long hours, hard-work and sometimes challenging workmates. As much as work is considered strictly professional, it also becomes a familiar environment that soon becomes our second home. And just like in our household, our workplace consists of its own distinct personalities. Here are 20 types we’ve met. Which one have you come across?

1. The “Sipsip Kay Boss”

Everyone knows this kind of workmate, because just about every workplace has one. The one who would go to lengths just to impress the boss, sometimes overdoing it.

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