ABCC1103Human beings are social creatures. We are social, not just in what we like the company's insignificant sense, not just in the obvious sense, we each rely on others. We are a more basic way of society: just as a normal person exists need to interact with other people. We are socialin nature. We need not only interaction, but also need them. That is social welfare is an integral part of our overall health. If we do not have a strong relationship in our lives, our ability to grow is limited. But unfortunately, we often let it drop our list of to-do items. We have not set aside enough time to develop and sustain these social ties.To avoid on this, we must clearly understand the importance of friends at work.It is not surprising that we spend a lot of time on work every week, so developing friendships in the workplace can have a significant impact on our well-being and our level of participation. You know how employee engagement affects your bottom line, reducing turnover, increasing productivity, reducing safety-related events, and so on. But are you taking action to help promote your workplace relationship? It should be part of your workplace health effort!Besides that, we must understand the value of connecting people face to face.Technology and social media can provide incredible resources for individuals and organizations. They provide a way to connect with people, customers and the public as a whole. But no real face-to-face interaction, we really missed it. Many studies have shown thatalthough today's people are more "connected" than ever before with the help of technology, personal reports are lonelier than ever before.Reference12
ABCC1103Albrecht, S. L. (1980). Reactions and adjustments to divorce: Differences in the experiance of males and female.Cushman, D. P., & Cahn, D. D. (1985). Communication in interpersonal relationships.Albany NY: State University of New York Press.13
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