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  • Office Ethics

    SO everyone has their clique to go to lunch today. Well today I broke the rules, I went to lunch, out for lunch, with two people, not inviting or asking or informing the others in my clique...they act like children sometimes. There has been no questions or looks thus far, is this a Cardnal Sin to do in the office, or does it truly not matter. My master plan is to get out of the CLIQUE and be able to go with and talk to whomever I want without the bullcrap of having to deal with the same people all the time

    Questions? Comments? Criticisms? Please let me know

    ~Everyday, All the Time, Without Fail!
    "I has puter, I isam dsgna?!"

  • #2
    Who you choose to burger with is your own business! Nothin' wrong with that!

    You've gotta do what you've gotta do.
    "It's never too late to be who you might have been." - George Eliot


    • #3
      I HATE office politics... but it happens anywhere. I make sure I don't join any cliques as it always causes problems.

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      • #4
        I've offended pretty much everyone at work at one time or another. Now that they realize that I'm a perfect bastid, they don't care anymore when I'm rude.



        • #5
          heh. well. at my last job. I had my clique. I loved my clique and i miss my clique. i need to go call them...


          • #6
            your right joe, I make sure to say talk with a few people in the other Clique all the time, sometimes I wish I could jump ship or redraw the cliques, I think I'm gonna break out of the cliques and start doing whatever.

            ~Everyday, All the Time, Without Fail!
            "I has puter, I isam dsgna?!"


            • #7
              I'm not really in any cliques at work...I yak with everyone and eat lunch with everyone depending on what day it is and how much work needs to get done to meet deadline. Cliques suck..

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              • #8
                amen to that

                ~Everyday, All the Time, Without Fail!
                "I has puter, I isam dsgna?!"


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