A New Social Work Professional’s Guide to Work Relationships

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Professional friendship

The statement about having a professional friend at work being an asset is so very true, because that way your work becomes more enjoyable and you get to share ideas on how to resolve particular issues and conflicts, and you are able to perceive their opinions and perception. Rather than personal friendships at work because once there is a clash of ideas, the friendship meanders and bends, and in that way work is affected and the focus is shifted.

Singqomo Siphokazi more than 4 years ago

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