Putting a personal spin on your business relationships makes them more effective, pleasant, and long-lasting. That’s not a new concept, but getting to know your coworkers personally and becoming friends is part of new-millennium thinking. There are many positive effects in having friendships at work. The term “friend from work” is often used in place of “coworker” or “boss”. Letting your team know you care about them by asking about their personal lives is almost expected in today’s workplace. But, how do you balance being friends at work with being professionals who have a job to do and obligations to fulfill? Is it common etiquette to be friends, but respect the office hierarchy?
The good thing about having friendships at work is that it builds up…
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