I think the two of these I'm mostly likely to suffer from are the over-the-top multitasking (sigh), and what they call brown-nosing. Being raised in a family business, I'd call it a strong work ethic (and I can't imagine what would happen to me if I ever said no to a task in the family business... but I can guarantee my folks would *not* have a newfound respect for me)
But I actually did notice that irritating my coworkers once. I had a minimum-wage summer internship at a government office, and when their 15-minute 10:30 and 2:30 breaks would start to drag to 20 minute, 30 minute, or 45 minute breaks, I would start to get really nervous, and start sweeping the break room or tidying up. "ohmygosh ohmygosh ohmygosh I'm wasting the taxpayers' money by taking a 17 minute break..."
Kinda hard-wired in me at this point, so I've solved the problem by avoiding it, and only working in environments where everybody else has the same work ethic. In a restaurant, nobody resents you for taking the initiative to wash all the tables or chopping extra onions. In academia, everybody spends all night, all weekend, all holidays at the office sometimes. Salaried positions suit my work ethic much better than hourly ones, because people are unlikely to resent you for working harder for non-immediate compensation.
No more government jobs for me! I just felt weird... everyone looked at me like I was reminding them they were supposed to be working... but I couldn't help it! I couldn't just sit there drinking coffee on the clock!