The Right Questions to Ask When Getting to Know Your Coworkers


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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

The Right Questions to Ask When Getting to Know Your Coworkers

Chances are if you’re starting a new job you probably want to make a good impression on your new coworkers. Research shows you’re right to want to build these bonds. Stronger coworker relationships can make for a happier, more productive[inc.com] workplace. Also, it’s just more fun to work where you enjoy the people you work with. "Building your relationships is going to make your workplace a better place to be on a daily basis," says Ryan Kahn, a nationally recognized career coach and founder of The Hired Group, star of MTV’s "Hired" and author of "How To Get Hired" and "Hired! The Guide for the Recent Grad." "At the end of the day people want to work with people they like working with. You’re spending 50 or 60 hours a week in a job. Nobody wants to spend that time with people who are miserable." Click to Read More…
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