As we go about our daily routines, it is easy to forget the positive impact of telling a coworker thank you for their contribution to the work experience. Expressing this gratitude does not have to be extensive, it could be a short e-mail or a quick word in passing, but it is so important.
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Our attention to workplace behavior, whether it’s about generational differences or other social woes, require our best thinking and our best behavior.