Etiquette at Work
How common courtesy and good manners can increase productivity and sales in the work place.
Business Cocktail Party
Youíre going to a work-related cocktail party and arenít sure whatís expected of you.
Business Email Etiquette Style
Desktop emails are not formal letters, nor are they quick responses like from an I-phone
Proper Business Etiquette Allows Success to Flow From You and Follow You
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
In a down economy, where everyone is working hard just to keep their doors open, good business practices are essential
Dressing for A Company Party
It's time for you to get dressed up and go to a company mixer. Your apparel decision can say more about you than you might like
You're poised to open the door for your guest. Here's how to greet your visitor
Hotel Rooming Etiquette
Rooming in a hotel with co-workers can be difficult. With a few considerations, however, a comfortable stay is definately possible.
How To Bring Down A Company Event
Working for a living can mean a few after hoursí gatherings. When its work sponsored, itís still business as usual
Interviewing Manners - Dinner and an Interview [offsite link]
This page on about.com gives good advice on what and what is not acceptable behavior at a dinner/ lunch interview. There is also a link for the follow-up thank you letter - Which is a must for meal interviews!
Is the Workplace a Nice Place to Work?
Bad behavior is infectious. Give the office a good cleanse before the best employees walk out.
Job Interview During a Meal
Interviewing for a job is tough enough. But a meal too? This article will navigate you through the meal and help you snag that job.
Socks to Match the Pant? Or Match the Shoe?
Working the Small Talk Circuit
Noise at Work
What is it and what to do about it.
Office Attire and the Need for a Suit
Although business casual has become the office norm, there are still plenty of reasons to have one great suit in your closet.
Personal Grooming at Work
A few rules to follow regarding personal grooming in the workplace
Please and Thank you
Timeless Classics Never Go Out Of Style
Please and Thank You At Work
You are Never Too Old or Mature To Express Kindness and Appreciation
Various Attire Definitions Float Around. Semi Casual is Broken Down Here.
What to do for sick employees and about them
Small Talk Topics
How to work the networking circuit
Speaker Phone Etiquette
Speaker phones can be a real annoyance. If you are loving that "live" button, you might just be a control freak
Summer Office Attire
Anticipating summer? Here are dressing tips for the office.
Technology, Home and Work
Flexibility - is it a workplace benefit or a curse?
Ten Basic Etiquette Tips for Business Meals
Unsure of how to eat at a business event without goofing up? Hereīs some essential etiquette tips to help!
The Rotten Boss
Many bosses assume they are doing a stellar job. But if everyone at the office is unhappy perhaps you aren't so great after all
Work Party Gone Bad
A company party may be on the horizon. There are many ways to ensure a great time and other ways to emerge the sour co-worker
Workplace Etiquette - Is It a Nice Place?
Rude Workers and Micro-manager and just two of the many taxing work situations that have employees cringing at the thought of entering the office.
Workplace Rules for Handheld Devices
Dos and Don'ts to observe when using your phone at work
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