Why Workplace Friendships are Good for You (and How to Form Them)

Why Workplace Friendships are Good for You (and How to Form Them)


A happy work environment is critical for increased productivity and engagement among your employees. Additionally, happy employees can result in more loyal customers, and can positively impact your company’s bottom-line.

However, it can be easier said than done — how can you make your workplace a happier, more engaging place to be?

While there are many factors at play, one key element of a happy and productive work environment is close friendships between colleagues.

For instance, the people at Gallup have shown that job satisfaction can increase by 50% for those with good workplace relationships. And a white paper from the O.C. Tanner Institute demonstrates that having friends at work makes you feel like you can take on big challenges. That’s both a nice feeling, and a good professional attribute.

Of course, for anyone who has ever felt awkward and isolated at work, this may seem like a daunting task. If this sounds like you, take a look at this new guide to making friends at work. It’s worth the effort for your heart, mind, soul — and career!

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Originally published Jun 18, 2019 7:00:00 AM, updated June 18 2019

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