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Talk to your manager, privately. Ask his advice about this situation. "Boss, I don't have a strong relationship with my peers; I don't interact with them very much for work. Do you think that's a problem? Do you think I should find ways to develop stronger bonds with that team? If so, can you suggest some ways to do that." This does a few things for you ...


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You described your concerns as, But this exactly my concern is, if I have negative perceptions about them, they might be thinking the same way about me. Would this affect my reputation in organisation? Would my manager be affected by this? with whom I have an excellent professional relationship. Any time you have concerns based on assumptions or indirect ...


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Depending on how large your organization is! If it is a larger one, chances are that there is something organized (at least in germany this is true) like doing sports together. If so I'd say this would be the best place to engage in, because this would give you the opportunity to spend time away from work the work context with your people. If the ...


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Do I need to do or say anything to B now, after learning that he is leaving when I never extensively interacted with him, except those instances I described, and occasional work projects? You could write him an email saying that you enjoyed working with him, and wishing him well in his future career. You weren't close and don't have to pretend to be, but ...


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from your post, emphasis mine: do I need to do anything at this time, like come and praise B for his work and contribution to the company, and his background, or express any other communication, while he is still employed at the company? I feel like I had to do something before which I never did, and hence wanted to do a last ditch effort while he is ...


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should I say "hello/good morning" or is that awkward? It is not important what we think but is important what the person who you greet think. In your case, if they felt awkward, then just do not do it. If you do not know before hand and you still want to be polite, you can simply smile and look away and continue with your walk in or out of washroom.


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I'm assuming that you are fairly new to the company. In that case, and in any event, do what others do. If "greeting people as they leave the washroom" is commonplace, then feel free to do the same. If "no one" greets others as they leave the washroom, don't do that either. Based on your comment that people don't greet you leaving the washroom, but do ...


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