We all have that one colleague who is always late to the morning meeting or that team member who always makes a negative comment. But let’s be honest. We’re all guilty of our own bad habits. They’re inevitable when you spend so much of your time working in the same way or place.
But that’s why your workplace plays such an important role in preventing or squashing those habits, and more importantly, in starting better, healthier ones! It’s a new year, so why not start fresh — everyone will thank you for it.
If you or your team members are guilty of any of the following top four bad office habits, we’ve got tips on how employees can break them — and how leaders can create an environment that facilitates better working patterns.