Last September, Fast Company published a story that intrigued me just as it should intrigue anyone who has navigated the day-to-day rants and mutterings of co-workers on the job.
The title said it all: Do You Have a F*cking Problem With Swearing at Work?
The article was filled with a boatload of statistics about how much or how little people swear on the job. Here’s my favorite insight:
Women are more likely to report dropping f-bombs at the office, with 60 percent admitting to swearing at work, compared with 55 percent of men. Men who do use profanity around the