Question:“I work with a group of people who always want to know what I’m working on, what I’m doing, what I’m looking at, who I’m talking to, who that email is from, etc. I am the only administrative assistant in our hospital department. They think I’m just here to answer the phone so what else could I possibly be doing? I have tried to educate the staff on all my various roles and duties, but they still don’t get it. Whenever they ask me about something that is confidential and I tell them so, they look at me like I must really think I’m special because I can’t tell them what I’m working on. Frankly, I would just like to do my work without having to answer to multiple people on what my every move is. How do I handle inquisitive co-workers? ” — Anonymous
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