Generally speaking, there’s nothing wrong with some key competition in the workplace. Whilst gunning for the same promotions or projects can seem infuriating at the time, having a workplace rival keeps you alert and ensures that you push yourself to achieve great things.
However, whilst healthy rivalry can be positive, it must be coupled with mutual respect between the two parties. If you find that your workplace rival is actively sabotaging your work or attacking you personally, then, unfortunately, the relationship has become an issue.
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