You’re too bossy, you always want to take the lead because it comes naturally to you but it can piss some people off because they don’t get their chance when you’re always offering to lead all team projects.
You don’t like to be asked a lot of questions, you prefer to work with minimal interaction and because your emails are always so clear and precise, you’re not really patient or friendly when people come to you to ask for clarifications.
You’re always joking, even if everyone is having a crazy work day or stressing out, you’re always cracking jokes and telling people to lighten up. Some more focused coworkers find it distracting and annoying that you’re not sharing their misery with them.
You’re emotional. So you always take things personally and might even take the day off if someone really bothered you. Your sensitivity can sometimes make it hard for your coworkers to communicate with you.
You’re always interrupting people in meetings and presentations to voice your opinion or tell them how you think things should be done. You always have different opinions and you’re not afraid to interrupt someone to voice them which can really get on your colleagues’ nerves when they’re trying to make their point.
You just never mess up. You’re annoying because you take every little thing into consideration which leaves your coworkers feeling inadequate and unprepared. Your perfection is something people are always trying to reach but can’t seem to come even close to you.
You’re too diplomatic which can make it hard for your coworkers to read you because they never know whose side you’re on. You’re always trying to maintain a good relationship with everyone and you don’t give anyone the opportunity to hold anything against you. Office gossipers hate you because they can’t get anything out of you.
You think you know it all, sometimes you do, but your attitude can annoy your coworkers because you’re always showing off or bragging about how good you are or how great all your meetings went. For other less fortunate coworkers, you can make them feel like they’re not working hard enough.
You’re probably the CEO’s best friend or their favorite person in the office and they’re not afraid to admit that. You’re like the golden employee and you sort of get away with things your colleagues can’t.
You’re the stubborn one. It’s hard to change your mind once you’ve decided on a certain approach or a certain plan. This makes it hard for some of your colleagues to negotiate with you because they know it’s your way or the highway.
You just don’t like being told what to do and you’re probably in the wrong place because the office life was not meant for you. Your free-spirited and rebellious nature makes it really difficult for you to adjust to the routine of an office job or the traditional way of your boss. You’re always daydreaming, scribbling or doing anything but working. Your boss probably hates you.
You’re always the one with the new ideas and new strategies. You’re always pitching a new way of doing things because you believe it’s better for everyone. You have a tendency to speak on everyone’s behalf even if they didn’t ask you to. Your loving nature makes it hard for your colleagues not to like you but secretly, they find it annoying that you speak for them when they can speak for themselves.