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Workplace Boundaries & Relationships: What You Should and Shouldn’t Do

Healthy relationships and boundaries in the workplace are important, but many people don’t know what it means to be healthy or how to set up boundaries. Even if you set them, you may still get pushed around. This could all be due to your choice of words and approach. However, knowing the right way to have relationships and set up boundaries is essential for thriving among your peers. 

Healthy workplace relationships- 

Healthy workplace relationships are the key to a happy and productive work environment. It’s important to be professional, but you also want to keep things fun. Here are some tips for having healthy relationships at work: 

-Be friendly. You don’t need to be best friends with everyone, but it’s important to be friendly and make an effort to get along with people. 

-Ask questions about other people’s families or hobbies if you’re interested in finding out more about them. 

-Never gossip about someone who isn’t present—this will only cause problems down the line and make it harder for others to trust you. 

-Don’t get too close with just one person—it can lead others (who may feel left out) not want to include you in their social circle outside of work hours. 

Boundaries can help you have healthy relationships at work- 

 At work, it’s important to have clear boundaries between yourself and your coworkers. Boundaries are limits you set with others that allow you to maintain a healthy relationship while still being yourself. They can also help prevent misunderstandings and hurt feelings by making sure everyone is on the same page about what’s acceptable behavior in the workplace. 

Here are some things you should be aware of when it comes to setting boundaries at work:

1) Don’t make assumptions about what someone else wants or needs from you. This can lead to resentment and frustration—the opposite of what you want in a healthy work relationship! 

2) Be mindful of how your actions affect others around you, especially if they’re more vulnerable than you are (for example, if they’re new to the job). You don’t want to end up inadvertently hurting someone else’s feelings or making them uncomfortable because of something that seems like no big deal to YOU but is actually very important for THEM. 

3) If something makes YOU uncomfortable or uncomfortable for someone else, speak up about it! Don’t assume other people will know what bothers YOU unless YOU tell them directly. 


These boundaries are about respect, both in how you treat others, and how others treat you. Be clear and kind when communicating your feelings with other employees. At the end of the day, successful relationships are all about mutual respect, which begins with respecting yourself. 

All Nevada Insurance | ANI respects our relationships with our team!

At ANI when you come on board as a franchisee, we have set standards to follow; however, we respect your individual decisionsWe understand that you want to decorate your office with your own style and colors so once we set out the preferred “ANI” look, the choices of décor is up to youWe know that being a part of a corporation can sometimes be frustrating as an independent business owner so with our franchise at ANI, we want you to be a part of molding and structuring the system by having bi-annual franchisee meetingsThere are so many more things that we can share with you about how important you arePlease feel free to reach out to us for more information. 

Click Below for a highly recommended book on how to set and maintain healthy boundaries!

Boundaries, Updated and Expanded Edition: When to Say Yes, How to Say No to Take Control of Your Life

The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts: Chapman, Gary: 0759687146326: Books

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