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Happy Hour With Your Boss

What’s the best way to get “in” with your boss?

It MAY be as simple as taking him out for a cold one!

The Daily Star has a new study from the University of Dusseldorf in Germany that found the BEST way to get ahead at work is to have a drink (or two) with your boss.

He found that drinking together at a bar after work helps strengthen your relationship, helps you get to know each other, builds trust and opens up new career opportunities.

It doesn’t have to just be you and your boss either…having other coworkers there helps you build better work relationships with them, too.

What if you DON’T drink…or he or she doesn’t?

No worries…it’s about the socialization outside of work…not necessarily the alcohol!

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