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A Stanford professor says, at the rate things are going, workplaces will only get more toxic in the future

No office is perfect. Maybe you some of your coworkers are jerks. Perhaps your building has such intense AC that it feels like you're hunkered down in an eternal winter. Unfortunately, some rising trends seem sure to make the office a less pleasant place to be in the future. At least, that's the view of Robert Sutton, a professor of management at Stanford University and author of "The No Asshole Rule" and "The Asshole Survival Guide.
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