PR Pioneer on The New York Post
How much are you missing your work spouse? Our latest campaign recently featured on the New York Post: How to keep a strong relationship with your ‘work spouse’ in quarantine.
"When Christopher Rim and Wafa Muflahi met seven years ago as undergraduates at Yale, they became close friends, which evolved into a strong working relationship. For the past five years they’ve been colleagues at education and college consulting firm Command Education in Midtown, where Rim’s the CEO and Muflahi’s a partner and senior program director.
They’ve become what’s colloquially known as “work spouses” — they’re not married, but professional partners who have each other’s backs, in recession and in wealth, no questions asked...
According to a survey conducted by PRPioneer.com, provider of public relations and digital marketing resources, 63 percent of respondents said they would be more productive in lockdown with their work spouse than their real spouse. One-fourth said they miss their work spouse during quarantine more than they would miss their partner..."
You can read the article in full here: https://nypost.com/2020/06/07/how-to-keep-relationship-with-your-work-spouse-in-quarantine/