Friday, December 17, 2010

On Being Social and Neighborly

From page 134 of The Cubicle Survival Guide:

As a member of the cubicle community you have basic human needs and obligations that must be addressed. Most cubicle dwellers spend at least forty hours a week in their cubicles -- more time than they spend with their spouses, significant others, children, and even themselves. The most effective means of combating corporate homogenization, workplace aggression, fatigue, isolation, depression, and spiritual claustrophobia is to connect with other human beings. Be sure to always think and act like a professional; but also ensure that you make friends and build collegial, perhaps personal (but not too personal, ahem) relationships with your colleagues... read more.

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