We all want to be liked by our superiors. For one thing, being friends with the boss can give your career the boost it needs to climb the corporate ladder; you’re likely to receive more of their time and, whilst preferential treatment should be abolished in the workplace, their sage advice and help will inevitably positively impact your work-life.
In comparison, being disliked by the boss, even on a subconscious level, will undoubtedly negatively impact your chances of progressing in the corporate world, if only because your time with your boss will be short and infrequent.
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