When you'd like to unfriend your boss -- both online and off

02/18/2010 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Having a supervisor who insists on interacting with employees on a social level can be awkward, but workers don't have to be the boss' buddy, writes Lily Garcia. They can either ask the boss to give them a chance to unwind without him or her, or just make plans privately. Or, they can include the boss sometimes, and discover "he is not so creepy after all."

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