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16 signs your co-workers secretly hate you

Did Samantha from accounts just roll her eyes at you? How did your soup mysteriously find its way to the back of the microwave queue? Why are there post-it notes detailing your gruesome death stuck onto your computer?

Building healthy relationships with colleagues is pretty much the first rule of starting a job, but, as in any walk of life, spotting signs of how unpopular you might be in the workplace are easier than others.

So in case you’re suffering from a bout of 9-5 paranoia, Business Insider has put together an illustrated list to identify the subtler clues that your co-workers just don’t like you.

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