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Whether breakfast, lunch or dinner, the business meal is a time when manners matter, consideration of those around you will make a huge impression and being able to talk without your mouth full of food will determine the type of impression you (and essentially the company you represent) will make.
Calling People “Hon”
Some people bristle at being called a polite name. Other's don't care.
Cancelling a Special Event
Even when it's a special occasion, sometimes it just has to be cancelled. Here's how.
Cancelling an Appointment
Is cancelling the New Black? Cancelling an appointment is not just inconvenient for you. Your cancelling is affecting others. Keeping that in mind is a step closer to cancelling with style.
Carpooling and Ridesharing
Commuting to work can be tough on your car and your wallet. Sharing a ride can offset those challenges just as long a everyone agrees to a few rules beforehand.
We love the opportunity to dress down for casual Friday. But will you wear to work what you'd paint the bathroom in? Come on, you can do better than that.
Casual Office Attire
Business class is more lax than ever when it comes to dressing
Just because New Year's Eve is over doesn't mean you need to stop celebrating
Cell Phone Etiquette
Cell phones are potentially the rudest piece of equipment on the planet. Here is one scenario where etiquette writer Lisa Plancich receives questions and concerns about every week.
Cell Phone Etiquette in a Crowd
Cell phones were created to be a convenience for you, not an annoyance to those around you.
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