Working and Career

Working and Career

Joshua Stewart

WORKING: Work Friends

By Joshua StewartPosted January 25, 2013 10:58am (EST)
(Photo Courtesy of Muriel Miralles de Sawicki via stock.xchng.)

(Photo Courtesy of Muriel Miralles de Sawicki via stock.xchng.)


Developing friendships at the office often works to everyone’s advantage: research shows you’ll feel more engaged and it can help teams and departments function more effectively.

But consider this: what would happen if one of your co-workers struck up a friendship with your boss’s boss or someone higher up the office food chain? And then what would happen if some of their non-work exploits ended up on Facebook?

That could make things uncomfortable in the office. A blog reader recently asked our Working guy Brandon Smith about a situation like this. Hear what he says to do on this week’s Working on GPB Radio.

Click here ask Brandon a question about your job or career. We might answer you on the air.

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