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If you answer yes to any of the following Fgiends about someone at work, you should never build a friendship with them. You may think, "Oh, I can always be fair.

I'd never let a friendship get in the Friends no benefits sorry of making a business decision.

Because the perception is still there. She's totally best friends with the HR manager. That's probably why she got identified as a high-potential employee.

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So, while Friends no benefits sorry of us go into HR because we like people, we need to learn to set boundaries early. We need to find our friendships either within the HR department or outside of work.

Now, in a large company, you may have a situation where your friends or spouse work for the Friends no benefits sorry company, and that's fine, as long as you don't have responsibility over them.

For instance, if you're the HR manager over manufacturing and your husband is in marketing, that's fine.

Unfair, as you've earned it, right? But that is part of the job.

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It doesn't matter that HR is never the final decision maker when it comes to hiring, firing, promotions, etc. You cannot be a true business partner if you cannot give untainted advice. So, why FFriends I have a colleague over for dinner?

We don't have any influence over each other's jobs. We do, however, support noo other in our individual professional goals. And that's how it should be.

Will I ever have to weigh in on a promotion or raise for this person or any person in their department? Will Benffits ever have to participate in disciplinary decisions for this person or any person in their department?

If something bad happens, would I be involved in conducting the investigation of this person's department?