Workplace incivility can be costly for companies, report says

02/4/2013 | Harvard Business Review

Incivility or rudeness in the workplace is commonplace but costly for employees in terms of increased stress and for companies through lower productivity and quality, according to a report in the Harvard Business Review. When employees are rude to each other, experts said, it lowers creativity and can hurt customer relations if it is done publicly.

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