Is swearing at work really ok? | CNN

S*!t happens.

Your computer crashes taking the document you’ve worked hours on with it. You lose one of your biggest clients. You slam your finger in a drawer.

Bad words are bound to slip out of your mouth at the office. As profanity becomes more common in every day speech, it becomes more difficult to control, said Richard Alaniz, a labor and employment attorney.

But that doesn’t mean it should be a welcome or pervasive part of the office culture.

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