Ten Ways To Tell Your Co-worker Has No Power
They are already at their desk when you arrive for work.
They wear their coats and hats all day long.
They bring their electric toothbrush charger everywhere.
They have a wet towel hanging in their cubicle.
They have pet fur on their clothes.
They play wistfully with the light switch.
They have hair that makes a bad-hair day look good.
They can tell you exactly how many clean pair of underwear they have left.
They have come to regard General Tso as a personal hero.
They are still at their desk when you leave work.
(Donna Larcen, who has no power, contributed to this list.)Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun