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  1. This is a concern which has annoyed me for many years in the workplace settings. Not all of my employers but most. Is it possible that some coworkers and any other associates would attempt to cause an employee to “spin their wheels” at work with trivials, over-complicating the simple things, and trying to confuse you? It seems like 90% of requests, directives, questions, etc are intended to annoy more than be a legitimate action. I find it difficult to believe that some of these incidences are real. It seems more like a facade to me. If so, why do coworkers or supervisors do this? Do they think that another cannot see through the charade? What can be done to stop it? Thanks!

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