Relationships influence behaviors at work. Expectations of each other, perceptions of the intentions of either, distributions of assignments, readiness to conform or to rebel, enthusiasm to contribute, etc., are to some extent outcomes of these relationships. Attitudes and motivations influence, and are influenced by, the nature of these relationships. Relationships also contribute to stress and conflicts at work, which in turn, affect quality of work life of individuals as well as the quality of organizational outputs, measured in terms of customer satisfaction, competitive advantage, innovation, and so on. We can say that Relations add in achieving organizational goals and objectives, and they can also dismantle different organizational structures.Therefore these Relations should be nourished and nurtured well to achieve the common organizational goal.