There’s always going to be some conflict in the workplace, but the real trouble can happen when employees take their anger a step further.
A new study by insuranceQuotes, which surveyed over 1,000 U.S. workers, found that 44% of employees admitted to exacting revenge on a co-worker.
These acts of revenge range from small to severe, and were committed by employees from all job levels — but some more than others. Those who were most likely to seek revenge were senior managers, while the group least likely to retaliate was entry level employees.
Reasons for revenge
Employees’ reasons for revenge