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How to survive your terrible coworkers, according to a Stanford professor

You've got to learn how to deal with workplace jerks if you're going to advance professionally — and preserve your sanity. Robert Sutton, professor of management at Stanford University and author of "The No Asshole Rule," spoke to a number of individuals who have coped with less than ideal coworkers for his upcoming book "The Asshole Survival Guide." His sources included people who have worked with back-stabbers, incompetent and abusive bosses, and even one man who dealt with a noisy coworker who, according to a decibel meter, was as loud as cutting metal.
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