The social component of any new job is important. And research shows that building camaraderie at work can promote health and harmony. However, it can be tricky to navigate personal questions from new co-workers. Writing in The New York Times Allie Volpe notes that even “seemingly innocuous icebreakers, can have an impact on how your colleagues perceive you.” Some advice from experts:
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