We’ve all been faced with a stinky coworker at some point or another. But when you smell something offensive, do you speak up or do you suffer in silence?
In an effort to prove that people will do a study on just about anything, an OfficeTeam survey asked that question and found that nearly half employees suffer in silence when offensive smells drift into their workspace.
Seventeen percent say they confront the offender, while 15 percent say they would ask their manager or human resources to intervene.
Men and people between the ages of 18 to 34 are likely to speak up.
What do you do?