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A Stanford professor’s advice on surviving the ahole at your startup

If you’ve never worked for a complete jerk, consider yourself lucky. Roughly one in five people polled say they’ve experienced bullying in the workplace — and 61 percent of the time, the bully is the person to whom an employee reports directly. None of this is news to Stanford Professor Bob Sutton. We talked with Sutton yesterday about what it means to be an asshole, how to… Read More
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