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It's hard enough waking up in the morning to start a long day a work, but it's even more frustrating when you don't get along with your coworkers. Here are a few tips to help you have a better relationships with the people you work with.

  • Remain professional at all times. Whenever a problem arises, stay calm and remember that you are at work. Don't make a scene, and if you are at fault, apologize and move on.
  • Don't gossip. Remember when you were in high school, and hated when people gossiped, well it's the same at work. Don't get caught up in petty arguments about the he say, she say stuff.
  • Don't get too personal. It's okay to be nice and polite, but don't give your coworkers an intimate look inside your life. Next thing you know, your whole life story will be floating around the office.
  • Be respectful. You know the old saying, treat others like you want them to treat you. Well it's the same at work. Don't talk down to people, and treat them like adults. If you respect your co-workers, they will respect you.
  • Communicate with your coworkers. If you're having a problem with one or more of your co-workers, pull them aside and tell them how you feel. Remember to let them tell their side of the story also, doing that will make them feel like what they're saying matters.
  • Stay away from competition. You should never pit yourself against your co-workers. The workplace should be about partnership, and working together. When someone is promoted, or get's a raise, be happy and congratulate them. You never know, that same person may be in the position to promote or give you a raise.
  • Think twice before dating someone at work. Before you decide to ask out one of your co-workers out on a date, check your company's policy about dating at the work place. You don't want to lose your job because you're dating someone that works with you. And don't be too aggressive because your coworker may think you are sexually harassing them, which may lead to you losing your job.

It's very important to have a good relationship with the people you work with, because it lowers the level of stress that can be found at almost every job. If you follow these tips, life at work will very rewarding, and getting up in the morning for work won't be as difficult as you think.

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