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  1. everything exactly depends on your position in the organization. It is not shameful for line staff to talk about personal topics on and off the job, while managers do not have to “make friends” with their colleagues due to maintaining distance.

    the same goes for a person who is predicted to become a leader – having gained a lot of friends/acquaintances, you will find a lot of slander behind your back and in your face when your status increases and the status of your comrades remains unchanged. This is an evil law, with rare exceptions, it is always the same picture.

    there are people who come to work only to perform their work functions and do not play friendship, preferring to be friends with people outside their company. but in our mentality, they will stick their nose into the traffic jam with love.

    take a look at everyone's life and discuss your personal life with everyone this case is rare)) while in some countries it is not customary to “make friends” at work at all – people are competitors/superiors/subordinates, not friends. The Russian person cannot distinguish between them)

    so, the border is delineated by everyone personally.

  2. “Someone who doesn't have two — thirds of the time for himself is a slave” If you're talking about work-life balance.
    It is necessary to give your time to your loved ones, to those people who are important to you. And they are important not for something, but just for the fact that they simply exist and can be communicated with.
    In general, the question was not asked correctly. For example, my work consists of 70% communication. Part of my personal time is also devoted to communication, but this time with people close to me. 😊

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