Almost half of Kiwis say they are uncomfortable with "friending" their boss on a social networking site because it blurs the line between personal and professional relationships.

Sites such as Facebook and LinkedIn provide great networking tools that bring people closer, but they can also create discomfort and uncertainty in the workplace, a survey by Robert Half has found.

The recruitment company said 43 per cent of the 414 accounting and finance professionals they surveyed were uncomfortable with being connected to their boss on a social networking site, while bosses were equally reserved about the people they managed - 47 per cent said they were uncomfortable with the idea.

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