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The most hated office worker in America: LEOs and the most hated job in America

The most hated office worker in America: LEOs and the most hated job in America

This article originally appeared on Business Insider.com.

The most hated, hated, and hated office work was the one that was not for the benefit of the employee, according to a new study.

According to the study, which examined employment data from the U.S. Census Bureau, office workers were the least liked and the least loved employees.

They were rated by employees as being more likely to make bad decisions, take unfair or deceptive action, be less conscientious, be rude, be disrespectful, and be hostile to co-workers and clients.

They also were rated as having low levels of satisfaction and productivity.

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The study analyzed data from 2,000 U.K. employers.

The study found that employees reported that they had been subjected to sexual harassment, unwanted touching, sexual assault, verbal abuse, and physical abuse.

The survey also found that more than one-third of employers reported that an employee was fired or demoted after reporting harassment.

The survey also looked at workplace crimes.

Employees reported that employers used physical force, threatened to hurt or kill employees, and threatened to file false employment reports.

The report found that 63% of the workplace crimes were committed by employees who were not authorized to work in the workplace.

The report found employers were the perpetrators of more than 1,500 workplace crimes over the last two years.

A new report from the Office of Management and Budget says the number of workplace crimes is on the rise, but it’s unclear why.

The number of work-related incidents is on pace to surpass 4 million in 2020, but experts say the number is likely to continue to rise.

In addition to workplace violence, other crimes are also on the increase.

The government is compiling data on workplace harassment, sexual misconduct, stalking, and other crimes.

The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has been monitoring the number and severity of workplace incidents for two years, according a release from the OPM.

OPM is working with companies to develop training materials, and OPM has developed a database that includes incident data for companies.

The OPM also has launched a website that includes information about workplace issues.

This year, the agency released the “Workplace Security and Safety Index,” a ranking of the country’s workplace safety and security threats.