Being there for your people when they need you -- no matter how inconvenient it may be -- comes with some sweet benefits. You get the warm fuzzies that come from helping someone for no reason other than that it's the right thing to do. It's also nice to know that people trust in you -- it makes you feel good about yourself, and nothing's wrong with that. A coworker is about to thank you in a new way, which is another perk, but one you'd never really considered.
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