The topic of friendships at work can evoke conflicting views. While one study suggests having a work ‘bestie’ or ‘spouse’ can have a positive impact on careers, others believe they can be a distraction.
Regardless, most employees do have a work ally they can rely on when they need a quick tea break, a rant or some company during lunch hour.
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