2) Princess. Almost always female, this workmate either falls apart or starts whining the moment anything at work is not optimal for them. Assignment on audits in 'boring' vs coastal country towns. Desk assignment. Manager assignment. Expectation of actual work being produced. Everything is all about them, and how difficult it is for them to work in such conditions. Especially given their traumatic personal life (which of course needs to be discussed for at least 1/3 of each work day). Identified by the crowd of minor princesses around them as they are led out of the office in tears, or by the 'wah wah wah waaaah' (the last sound being very high to indicate complaining) of their conversations.
3) The Slacker. Sometimes also of the princess variety, the slacker has special skills that enable them to complete a full day of work without actually producing any work. Instead, the day is filled with emailing friends, breaks to smoke, breaks to move their car (better to spend one hour of company time every day moving their car from one short term parking spot to another than actually fork out 4% of their pay for parking), reading the news on the internet (apparently surfing news sites shall be regarded as work, even where the focus is primarily sports), watching news videos on the internet, making personal phone calls, sending texts to friends, chatting to coworkers (if you spend 5 hours chatting to a fellow slacker, it still counts as work time because they are your co-worker. Apparently). One I worked with would spend substantial parts of his day with his feet up on his desk. Even reading novels. He was a long-time friend of the Director. He didn't even have to pretend to work.
5) Redneck. While these people can be found in social situations as well, they are most annoying in the workplace as you cannot escape them. Whether it be making comments at the news they are reading that are offensive to either race or religion, generalising about countries, telling jokes or anecdotes, or talking to themselves or other workmates, they are offensive and annoying to all non-rednecks. Doubly of course I am sure for those who actually fall into one of their non-KKK approved categories. As of course, for these people, having an Aboriginal, Indian or African sitting next to you is no reason to tone it down.
Whiteboard photo from regmedia.co.uk