Do me a favor?

Todd Rhoades and Matt Steen discuss this piece by Chris Huff:

Here are some corollary thoughts about doing favors in the workplace:

It is never a favor when my boss, supervisor, or anyone else “above me” asks me to do something. It’s my job. No matter what it is…no matter how small or seemingly unrelated to my day-to-day responsibilities.

Therefore, watch yourself and be careful not to begin an emotional “bank account” with people above you in the organization. They are never indebted to us. We are always clean — fair and square- after every paycheck.

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