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ID #:   39265961
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Description:   Which of the following irritates you at the workplace? Incompetent managers, Co-workers with a negative attitude, Hypocrisy, Co-workers who whine constantly and donít take action to address their problems, Poor office communication, Gossip, Attending meetings that you know will lead nowhere

Co-workers with bad breath or body odour, Uneven treatment of employees depending on their rank, Potent odours such as perfume, smoke, or food in the workplace, Messiness in communal spaces (lounge, coffee room), Co-workers arriving late to work

Being called on a blunder by a supervisor or boss in front of other peers, Loud phone-related noises, such as use of speaker phones, loud ring tones, loud speaking on the phone, Co-workers who put up with abusive treatment, Co-workers taking several smoking breaks each day

Co-workers who dress inappropriately for the work environment, Lack of privacy, Co-workers who are not passionate about their job, Bosses answering their cell phone or checking their blackberries during a meeting, Co-workers who brag about how much money they make

Commuting to work, Co-workers surfing the web for their own amusement, Co-workers who send mass office emails, Co-workers who complain about management making too much money, Co-workers chatting through instant messaging systems, such as Gmail chat or MSN messenger,

Co-workers making personal phone calls, Co-workers who use email as a means of communication within the office and avoid personal contact, Co-workers who flirt, Co-workers sharing pictures of their newborns with the entire office, Co-workers who have their meal at their desk, Office parties

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Publication Date:   2/20/2008
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/21/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   2546
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Description:   % of Canadians who believe they can smell their own breath, worst person to tell they have bad breath, number one way to deal with bad breath offenders
 
Publication Date:   7/11/2002
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/27/2005
 
 
 
ID #:   14368
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Description:   % of Canadians who avoid foods like garlic, onions, leafy greens, chicken, meat and fish in order to avoid bad breath and getting food stuck between their teeth, % cited bad breath as the most offensive oral misdemeanor in the workplace, % said they would compromise their job by missing meetings or team huddles in order to avoid speaking to colleagues with bad breath, % feel like brushing their teeth the most after eating lunch, % before a meeting, presentation or a social outing after work.
 
Publication Date:   6/9/2004
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Posted/Updated:   10/6/2004
 
 
 
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Description:   % of Canadians aged 18-24 don't let winter weather hamper their hottie-hunting, % who say freezing temperatures and blowing snow actually help them to meet new people, two biggest turn offs when meeting a new person (hat head, body odour, bad breath, ice-cold hands or feet, bulky clothing, wearing winter socks to bed ), top winter turn ons (wearing tight sweaters, sporty ski jackets, toques) (general hygiene)
 
Publication Date:   1/20/2004
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Geography:   Canada, limited regional details
 
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Posted/Updated:   1/21/2004
 
 
 
ID #:   13094
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Description:   % rate their office party as average or below average, % employees say the office party is going sour if they have to open their wallets at their corporate function, % who think food and drink is important, entertainment, % of Canadians feel too much alcohol is a bad thing at the office holiday party, % feel bad breath can even affect their rise to the top of the corporate ladder, % of Canadians under the age of 34 think the office holiday party provides the perfect opportunity to chat with their CEO.
 
Publication Date:   11/25/2003
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Posted/Updated:   8/12/2003
 
 
 
ID #:   9868
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Description:   % of Canadians that drink one to two cups of coffee a day, 3 to 4, 5 or more, % who drink coffee with cream or milk and sugar, % that say bad breath can affect your image, % of Canadian coffee drinkers don't brush their teeth or use a mouthwash at the office.
 
Publication Date:   3/13/2003
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Posted/Updated:   3/17/2003
 
 
 

 

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