Elevator Etiquette

Ever see someone at work floss his or her teeth in an elevator? Or get in a fistfight? CareerBuilder’s latest study pinpoints the most unusual and annoying behaviours workers have witnessed in their office elevators. The study was conducted online by Harris Interactive from May 14 to June 4, 2012 and included more than 3,800 workers in North America.

While most people follow standard elevator etiquette of facing forward and generally keeping to themselves, quite a few workers reported less-than-ordinary experiences while in transit. Workers shared the following real-life examples of weird behaviours they observed in work elevators:

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