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Description: Next time you want to curse in front of your boss at work, maybe you should consider shutting the @#$& up. In a new CareerBuilder survey, 64 percent of employers think less of an employee who repeatedly uses curse words, and 57 percent are less likely to promote someone who swears in the office. Employers cite questions about the worker’s professionalism, lack of control, lack of maturity, and seeming lack of intelligence.


Date: July 26, 2012


Questions for Discussions:

  • What does this report say about the cultural acceptance of this behavior?
  • Are you surprised?
  • How should management handle this behavior?

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