When it comes to how you’re perceived at work, it might be tempting to think that the quality of your work is all that matters. But, the reality is that your colleagues’ perceptions of you depend on much more than just the work you produce. Consciously or unconsciously, most people in a workplace pay attention to everything from who you hang out with to how you’ve decorated your office. And, while that might sound superficial, it’s human nature to make assumptions from all the data you give people.
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