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Rude behavior at work is increasing and affects the bottom line

Research shows rudeness at work is rampant, and it?s on the rise. In 2011, half of the workers surveyed said they were treated rudely at least once a week - up from a quarter in 1998. New research shows the tangible cost of this bad behavior.
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