- First, choose your work friends carefully. And no matter how well you get along, don't tell them everything. You want to be seen as positive and professional at work. But if you gripe too much about all the stress in your life, your boss may think you can't handle your job.
- Then, match your behavior to the personality of your office. If it's a quiet and private company, keep your personal life quiet and private, too. But even if your office is happy and open, don't gossip about co-workers. You never know who might be offended or who'll tell everyone you're spreading rumors about them.
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