van de Geyn, Lisa
November 2013
CA Magazine;Nov2013, Vol. 146 Issue 9, p9
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the ways of dealing with a desk mate who is disrespectful by citing the example of an employee named Reshma Singh who faces problems with his desk mate Bryan. It states that Singh's desk faces the desk of Bryan and the two share a table and a filing cabinet. It mentions that habits of Bryan can disturb the work relationship between Bryan and Singh.


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