What to do when the boss favors a co-worker

07/8/2009 | U.S. News & World Report

It can be tempting to get bent out of shape over a co-worker's poor performance, writes Alison Green, but these situations are often more complex than they first appear. Even if the other worker truly is incompetent, she suggests, fuming about the situation is still just a waste of energy, she notes. "You can only control your own work, and that's where you should keep your focus," she writes.

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