There are some certain things you shouldn't let your colleagues at workplace know about no matter what because you don't know what your colleagues has in their minds. You should learn to hide your secrets from them because there are some things that you might disclose to them that might put you in danger.
Your colleagues can know your name, and what you studied in the school, but don't talk anyhow. There are things that you will tell your colleagues, and they will use them against you, and betray you.
Here are the 2 things your colleagues at workplace shouldn't know about you no matter what.
1. Your colleagues at work shouldn't know about the former workplace you worked before joining them:
They would like to find out why you left your previous work, and how much you were being paid. Maybe, if you were earning less in your former workplace, and you are earning higher money in your new place of work, they might start making a mockery of you and start taking you for granted.
Some of your colleagues will ask you a lot of questions just to know what made you left your former work and what you did. Maybe, if you disclose it to them, they might use the information you gave to them to bring you down.
2. They shouldn't know about your family members:
You don't have to introduce your family members to your colleagues because they might report you to your family members when you mistakenly do something wrong at work. Your colleagues might also get to know some of your secrets through them or even use them against you.
Maybe, if you are the type that like sharing your secret to others, you should stop it because you are endangering yourself, and it might make you lose your job. Be careful, and don't allow your colleagues to force out words from your mouth.
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