Law360, New York (April 19, 2016, 1:16 PM EDT) -- Sometimes, rolling up your sleeves and doing dirty work for your boss can demonstrate your initiative — but if that dirty work is changing diapers for your manager’s kid, experts say, you should consider whether the task could hurt your career in the long run.
As soon-to-be graduates prepare for jumping into associate roles, they may not be thinking about how to navigate sometimes complicated relationships with firm partners. But even older associates and partners themselves should remember that it’s possible to be too helpful, and jumping at every task could make a boss think less of you.
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