Working With Our Friend Can Make Us More Productive, Says Study

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Many people spend more time at work than at home, so it is only natural that they are inclined to build links with their colleagues.

Working With Our Friend Can Make Us More Productive, Says Study

Many people spend more time at work than at home, so it is only natural that they are inclined to build links with their colleagues. Beyond a professional relationship, it is significant to have someone that celebrates your work accomplishments and listens to you when you want to talk about your issues. The workplace could become a lonely and isolating environment, otherwise. A study by Gallup, a global company, specialized in human resources, shows that having at least one friend at your job can help you perform better and lets you be more innovative, which can lead to a higher income.


According to the study, having a friend at work can encourage you to go to work since it is a place you can spend time with that person you like and, therefore, be happy. Because of this, it’s seven times more likely that you will want to get more involved in the company’s projects, either by sharing your ideas or boosting your performance. There is also a 20 percent less chance that you will leave your position or continually look for other opportunities. The study also indicates that 50 percent of employees working with a friend build a close bond with the company compared to the ten percent of those who only hold professional relationships.


Working With Our Friend Can Make Us More Productive, Says Study

Salary, opportunities for growth within the company, as wel as benefits like medical insurance are some of the primary factors that people consider when seeking for a job. According to research, however, two-thirds of women admit the social aspect is another reason for taking a job. The culture within a company is incredibly fundamental so the person can enjoy a healthier life.


Keeping a friendship in your workplace can lead to up to 12 percent more profits as employees feel a deeper connection to their team members. This means they are more willing to take risks that could lead to innovation. Besides, due to the trust they have in one another, supervisors tend to rate their performance, that of the team and the company as positive, which might result in a salary increase, a promotion, or rewards for their accomplishments. Furthermore, you’d be less likely to experience negative feelings, such as worry, stress, and tiredness after a day at work.


For both women and men, having their best friend at the office leads to better performance. According to the investigation, six out of ten companies whose employees have personal and professional relationships suffer from 36 percent fewer safety incidents. That happens because their workers have a stronger connection with their peers and are forced to take positive actions that benefit the company.


Working With Our Friend Can Make Us More Productive, Says Study

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