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Working with Bitches

Identify the Eight Types of Office Mean Girls and Rise Above Workplace Nastiness

Trade Paperback / ISBN-13: 9780738216584

Price: $15.99 / $21.99 (CAD)

ON SALE: March 26th 2013

Genre: Nonfiction / Psychology / Interpersonal Relations

PAGE COUNT: 272

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What do you do when the queen bee demands to know why you haven't written the report she never asked for? Or when the colleague who you thought was your friend takes sole credit for the project you worked on together?

It's hard to speak out about catty behavior, especially when it's insidious or goes on behind your back. But you can usually sense when something's “off”—particularly if you're completely stressed out and hate the job you used to love. Let's face it, ladies: there are plenty of nasty, manipulative, and destructive women in the workplace who fly under the radar while ruthless alpha males get all the bad press.

In Working with Bitches, psychologist Meredith Fuller offers practical advice on how to recognize and manage difficult women at work. Dr. Fuller combines actual cases with tips that women can use right away to defuse even the worst situations. Readers will learn how to deal with the eight types of “mean girls” they might face in the office and find powerful reassurance that they are not alone.

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InfoDad.com, 4/11/31
“Offers a combination of anecdotal and research-based information.”

Hudson Valley News, 4/15/13
“Here's a book for anyone who has trouble with office relationships…[A] very useful book.”

Midwest Book Review, April 2013
“A strong addition to self-help collections, highly recommended.”

ForeWord, Summer 2013
“Offers an eye-opening education…As fascinating as it is instructional.”

MarieClaire.com
“A literary trek across the culinary landscape pairing bountiful delights with plenty of substantive tidbits.”
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