Coinage, life well spent. Presented by GEICO. Uh-huh, your boss sent you a Facebook request or started following on Instagram, Twitter or Snapchat. This is a disaster, right? Actually, It could be an opportunity if you spin it right. Make this an opportunity to show your boss another side of you. One study found that a third of workers who are Facebook friends with their bosses felt that it improved their communication. Chat with your manager about sports, vacations, volunteering, pets, or family time. But be careful to keep your image clean. Refrain from posting political rants, complaints about work, or those wild pics from the party you went to on Saturday. Check out your privacy settings too. Facebook allows you to restrict posts to certain friend groups. So, you can share different content with your BFFs, grandma, and your boss. And, before you hit send on that friend request to your boss, consider that 57% of managers report, they'd find a request from an employee sorta weird. Let your superior make the first move. But if the thought of seeing your boss on your social media feed makes you cringe, it's okay to quietly reject it, we won't tell. [SOUND] Coinage. Life, well spent, presented by GEICO.