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You overhear a group of your co-workers laughing at some crude jokes about a few customers. Which of the following would you most likely do?
None of the above,I would not participate in this rude behavior and telling other people what to do usually ends bad for you,if you want to tell them that someone heard them and what they said(you are the person who heard them but I would not tell [ them that)this quiets down the savage beast(tongues)and in a kind way it gets this to stop. As for telling your supervisor,he will in the long run
find out on his own. ]
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