Workplace relationships are unique interpersonal relationships with important implications for ... Workplace friendships lead to more cohesive work groups, more satisfied and ... If an individual feels that a co-worker is pulling away from the friendship, that ..... SHRM, Society for Human Resource Management, 1 Feb. 2008 ...
For example, people who form friendships to advance their career don't work well in teams, while more genuine relationships — those based on common ...
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