Bad Behavior in the Office Elevator

Bad Behavior in the Office Elevator

Bad Behavior in the Office Elevator

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One employee saw another flossing his teeth on the office elevator.

Behavior on office elevators is out of control, according to a recent survey from CareerBuilder. From physical confrontations to indecent exposure, employees reveal that anything is possible once those sliding doors are shut. (And you should hope that you never get stuck in an elevator with co-workers who'd do these sorts of things.) Here are five of the most outrageous highlights from the research. As a bonus, CareerBuilder also provides five common office elevator etiquette lapses that really, really get on our nerves.

Dennis McCafferty is a freelance writer for Baseline Magazine.

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