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Having a sense of camaraderie in the workplace can be helpful to build relationships with co-workers, increase the productivity in teamwork, and improve the workflow environment in the workplace. Though it's important to get along with your co-workers for the sake of your job, there's something to be said about hanging out with co-workers outside of professional spaces. According to this article, though there are many pros about spending time with your co-workers outside of work, it can “blur both professional and social boundaries” and can cause co-workers to pry into your personal affairs, which might cause tension when you have to see each other at work the next day. Do you hang out with your co-workers outside of the workplace? Please take our poll and tell us what you think in the comment section! [poll id="134"] Photo Credit: Shutterstock
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