In this article, recommended by KNF&T’s CEO, Beth Tucker, you’ll learn about the essentials and non-essentials when it comes to socializing with your coworkers.
Taylor believes it is beneficial for colleagues to socialize, to a certain degree. “It’s one thing to show genuine concern for fellow employees. It’s another to divulge your entire private life to a coworker. Building friendly relationships creates a fertile ground for teamwork, and is far better than a sterile workplace that spawns competitiveness and mistrust. That atmosphere engenders more creativity, as people innovate most when they feel supported and the work culture is upbeat and fun.” -Jacqueline Smith, Forbes Staff