THE CAREERIST

Enough With the At-Work Kissing

, The National Law Journal

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Have you noticed that business folks are now behaving like homecoming queen contestants when they see each other?

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  • Lee Jaen

    I wish that there was more hugging and kissing in the office and in the world in general. I think that building closer bonds begin by the simple acts. Shaking someone's hand, padding someone's back, and kissing someone's cheek is not going to kill us and it may actually serve to put aside animosity and work together better.

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