Workplace etiquette

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Workplace etiquette

Postby up-down on Thu Jul 26, 2012 5:27 pm

Lori Hong was never particularly fond of the co-worker in the next cubicle, but there was one thing that really put her over the edge. “He would freaking cut his nails at his desk,” said Hong, 32. The nail clipping wasn’t just an occasional thing, either. ... n=(organic)

Seems the list of what not to do at work is longer then the what you should do list. The nail clipping is the tip of the iceberg, flip flops or going barefoot. Think professional conduct and go from there, not take work as an extension of home and groom yourself on company time. Professional dress should be based on the formality of the office and the business you do. Forget the suit and tie for a bakery, but not for say a lawyer's office.

Maybe they should be teaching students how to act and dress at work, couldn't hurt.
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