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It's Not Working: Workplace Etiquette

 

It's Not Working: Workplace Etiquette

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According to a survey on national civility, 40 percent of respondents believe American workplaces are "totally uncivil". The incivility, says a manager at a consulting and staffing firm, may be due to "tighter" work areas as companies cut budgets and maximized office space. The result? Inadvertent etiquette violations and a growing need to review basic office decorum.

It's Not Working: Workplace Etiquette offers a much-needed refresher on etiquette training; the program stresses the importance of decorum at work, showing how bad manners can affect productivity and damage relationships. The program covers six rules of workplace etiquette:

  • Dial back the volume
  • Don't abuse electronic devices
  • Wait for an invitation
  • Keep private matters private
  • Use your sick days when you're sick
  • Do not offend the olfactory


  • RSP001-STR-ENG
    Streaming Video, Flash Course, Electronic Leaders Guide
    English - US, Spanish, Portuguese
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