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As others have commented, this phenomenon impacts society on a much larger scale than the workplace - one need look no further than Washington, D.C. to see toxic people run amok.
So, perhaps the discussion should branch out to include options to neutralize the negative effects these toxic people have on others. After all, there can be little doubt that toxic people tend to be more likely to orchestrate or commit bad acts to the detriment of others. If the good people of the world do nothing, then the toxic people among us will triumph by way of their evil deeds.
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