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You already know not to initiate office gossip. But you may figure that if someone passes along rumors, you’re free to listen. That’s true ... to a point. If you’re on the receiving end of gossip, make sure no one can eavesdrop. You don’t want the subject to overhear the conversation. Even if you don’t say a word, you’ll be implicated and your relations with that person will sour.
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