Who doesn't want to be liked?
It's human nature to want people to like you, even for the contingency that tells you that ultimately don't care.
They're lying. Everyone wants to be liked, invited to parties or included in social cliques and groups that the masses are mingling amongst. And no place is this want and feel greater than within the confines of the office or your place of work.
Being liked in the office isn't so much about working your way through the corporate ladder, although that helps but your work is what will matter, but rather making the most of those eight or more hours you spend in an office, confined to a space and not wanting to have work and how you're viewed or perceived by the rest of the employees making things even more tedious for you as you try to zip through that 40 hour work week.
So how can you tell if you aren't liked? The easiest way is the silent treatment, lack of eye contact and you being left out of the proverbial loop. The "loop" typically is being uninvited to meetings and not being included on emails that you normally were part of previously. The meetings thing is a sure fire sign that life at the office is moving on without you, in addition them not liking you.
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