YOU TELL US: Have You Ever Taken Credit For A Colleague’s Work?

YOU TELL US: Have You Ever Taken Credit For A Colleague's Work?


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There's cutting a few corners in the office - and then there's taking it to the next level of cunning. And, according to a new survey, many of us are quite happy to push the boundaries to their limits at work. The research, commissioned by business author Andy Harrington, which came to light this week, revealed that a shocking 8 in 10 managers admit occasionally taking the ideas of their subordinates and passing them off as their own. As a result, more than 93 per cent of the 1000 workers surveyed said that they harboured suspicions that their colleagues had gained an advantage on them by stealing ideas.

So have you ever passed off someone else's work as your own? Tell us below...

Have you ever taken credit for a colleague's work?

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