One friend with whom you have a lot in common is better than three with whom you struggle to find things to talk about.— Mindy Kaling, actress/comedian
A Taste of Togetherness
No one can do it all on their own. (Except maybe Emma Watson… #BowDown.) Hear from founder of Zingerman’s deli, Ari Weinzweig on why sharing a vision with a like-minded crew can help you figure out the answers to things you’re "supposed to know".
You can learn a lot about someone by what they laugh at— So if you hear a co-worker chuckling at fail videos in the break room, buddy up. Here’s how to turn work pal into a real-life friend.
Negative Nancy. Sh*t-talking Sandy. Mansplaining Mark. We all know ‘em. Take a look at a few tips for breaking up with a toxic work friend before they drag you down.
Work BFF perks extend far beyond reporting back when there’s free food up for grabs. Here’s a few more reasons why if you don’t have a co-worker in crime, you should get one.