I Don’t Think We’ve Met: Pertinent People You Should Know In The Office

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July 15, 2013 ‐ By Blair Bedford
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If you walk into the office, punch in at 9 am, stay at your desk, then punch out at 5 pm with no communication with the other employees at your company, you are working hard, but not smart. Knowing other workers is more than just “water cooler talk.” It could set you up for a raise, make sure your administrative needs are taken care of and keep you safe from legal and finance issues.

If you think knowing your boss at the office is enough, think again. Here are a few other pertinent people you should know at the office.

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  • Danielle

    Good article. Even if we don’t work in an office setting, we should always try to meet some of these ppl. It boils down to who you know