Question to Ask the Workplace Doctors about loud coworkers:
I have a coworker who behaves almost like he has a personality disorder. This person needs to go to charm school. This is a very nice, dedicated hard working young man, but he is unaware of his irritating habits of screwing up his face when he is talking, always, into ugly grimaces and he is unaware of how much, how loud and how often he laughs at any little thing. I have never come across anything like this.
Then there are a few ladies who get together at least 2-3 times a day in the office down the hall, and one lady is kind of like the first co-worker with constantly loud laughter. Everyone cannot help but hear her. Now I love to laugh as much as the next person, but I don’t find EVERYTHING just hilarious. I feel like I am in a zoo and confined to the hyena cages. Is there any way to bring their attention to this unattractive behaviour without hurting their feelings, maybe in some accidental way?