Should you keep your personal life at home?

01/5/2012 | CNNMoney

Even though some companies tout the idea of employees bringing their personal lives to work to gain a greater work-life balance, in reality such an idea might run into problems, Megan Hustad writes. "We may enjoy our own full selves, but other people's full selves can be downright offensive. Introducing greater transparency into the workplace could lead to peppier employees. It could just as easily lead to stronger, more personal resentments," she writes.

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