Recently I have moved to new job and I suddenly have a crush with a lady that I work with.
We meet with clients for drinks and that night we almost just chatted ourselves; we had so much to say to each other; we talked about our own lives, preferences, habits etc; completely forgot the clients, the guests, and other colleagues.With the downturn in the US economy, workplaces are becoming more and more diverse age-wise.Older workers are working alongside younger workers as people at every stage in their career are getting laid off.With this generational gap among workers widening, there’s a lot of potential for miscommunication or differing perspectives.Though many people will absolutely deny that they have any pre-conceived notions about certain people, let’s face it — stereotypes are a reality in our culture whether we like it or not.We’ve only know each other less than a month, but it seem like we’ve known each other for long time.
She told me I am beautiful and I know she likes me.
We really enjoyed that evening and left the hotel bar together.
To ease relations between older and younger workers, Exc has come up with six things never to say to an older coworker and six things to never say to a younger coworker.
Some of these may seem obvious, but you’ll be surprised to hear how many people have actually been asked these types of questions.
By Kathy Belge I am in my late twenties and have been in a relationship for four years with my boyfriend.
We are good friends and share a lovely apartment together.