Does popularity trump ability in workplace?

12/29/2005 | USA Today

Being liked by co-workers and employers may be more important than on-the-job competence when raises and promotions are being considered, according to "The Likeability Factor," a new book by Tim Sanders. Besides earning you kudos in the office, politeness and friendliness attract and retain more customers, an etiquette consulting firm says.

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