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> 1. Forget the guilt. You will be more productive in the office, thus it's good for the company to give you one.
> 2. Do not go to management. Cheerfully ignore my jealousy.
If their "retaliation" impedes your ability to successfully achieve
the latter part of #1 above, you need to let the cheesed-off folks
know this, and if they continue to be a problem, you can and should go
to management about it. Their childish reaction to your working
environment should not impede your good work. The issue is with them,
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