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Do you work with someone who takes two-hour lunch breaks, makes dozens of personal calls, frequents the restroom or surfs the web all day, while you hustle to keep up with your daily workload. A lazy co-worker is not always easy to deal with. Forbes presents 12 tips on how to handle such a person without bringing them to the attention of management, here is a couple. Don’t let them affect your attitude, if you waste your time and energy on being angry or annoyed about your lazy colleague, your work performance may start slipping and you may be less pleasant to be around. Decide who you want to be, it is more important in determining your actions than the actions of others.
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