When there is no privacy at work

From the Daily Monitor, Kampala, Uganda:

Gossiping at work not only hurts other people’s feelings but also it takes a toll on the productivity of the organisation, writes Mark Kawalya….

Yet it appears that human beings may be socially geared for gossip says Professor Frank McAndrew, a psychologist who works for the Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois and is an online writer.
For the longest time, gossiping on the job has been an inevitable part of corporate culture that most employees cannot help but participate in.