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Employees with a stylistic variance evoke discomfort in companies where “different” is labeled “deficient.” Unfortunately, fix yourself may be the first response. YOU are the one who should be more direct, less sensitive, more assertive, less militant, a better more congruent version of other people, and an employee who behaves in a less “authentic” manner.

People may think of OCD as a behavioral tic—a constellation of odd, eccentric rituals performed on cue. According to Albert J. Bernstein, author of Emotional Vampires at Work, sufferers are  “. . . deathly afraid of doing anything wrong.”