Sometimes, work can become difficult. Co-workers, bosses, and a negative office environment can all make your job less than enjoyable. In fact, they can make work a place where you simply don't want to be.
There are options for dealing with difficult people at work. It's important to try to deal with the difficult co-worker, especially if keeping your job is important to you.
Unfortunately, sometimes those options don't work and the best thing you can do is to get out of the situation. Once you have tried every option, you may need to make a decision to leave. What to do next? Don't run right into your boss's office and quit.
Don't cause a ruckus and publicly display your anger at the situation. Don't do anything other than to start to put a job search plan in place. That's important, because you want to leave on your terms, at a time that's right for you. You don't want to jeopardize your career because someone else is a problem.
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