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Not Here to Make Friends Change can be scary, but it is possible to work in a No Drama Office. Just remember, we're all on the same team, searching for a healthy work-life balance in a space free of our co-workers' creepy dolls. ?

By Entrepreneur Staff

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Whether you're just returning to the office or have been back for a while, there's no doubt that the workplace has changed considerably. People react to change in different ways, and for some, it can bring on a lot of stress and, putting it bluntly, make them completely freak out. But it doesn't have to! As this hilarious new series shows, you can actually work in a No-Drama Office. All you have to do is remember that we're all on the same team, we all want a healthy work-life balance, and as today's episode shows, we all would rather that our co-workers leave their creepy dolls at home.

Entrepreneur Staff

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