The secret to a happy work life might be to join a small company.
Almost every second person (49%) at companies with more than 250 employees dislike their co-workers, according to a new study by Regus Australia and New Zealand.
And those who work at smaller companies of less than 49 employees mostly (84%) feel good about their colleagues.
The top reasons for disliking co-workers included: poor work ethic (31%); unable to do their job properly (19%); over-powering and controlling (18%).
This chart shows, according to the survey of 595 Australian businesses, that the bigger the company the more dissatisfaction with fellow workers:
You’re More Likely To Feel Good About Your Co-Workers When Working At A Smaller Company
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