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Business Etiquette Advice
Business etiquette advice for the professional woman.
What accepted career advice for women do you think should be questioned and challenged? What’s the best and worst women-focused career advice you’ve been given?
How do you think business etiquette and office etiquette will change in the near future? Quick guesses for BAD etiquette: coming into work sick, squeezing onto an elevator, and unnecessary Zooms…
How are your office holiday traditions changing this year — and what do you consider good holiday business etiquette in 2020?
Have you connected with your boss on social media? Or do you make sure to keep your online activities and your job far, far away?
How are you supporting or being supported by your boss while working from home? Is your boss helping or hurting the current craziness?
How are you writing your emails during the pandemic? Is “I hope this email finds you well” getting a bit old yet?
What are you old-fashioned about in terms of career etiquette? Do you think certain etiquette rules have gone the way of the dodo?
What are your best tips on how to make your office smell nice — without offending any of your coworkers or clients? Reader P asks a great question about de-smelling tips for her office: I work at a law firm, and my office is pretty close to the kitchen on my floor. My office inevitably … Read More about How to Make Your Office Smell Nice Without Annoying Your Coworkers
A reader wrote in, wondering if she should use her resignation letter to enumerate all the reasons she’s quitting. What would your advice to her be?
Liquor in the office: yea or nay? I’d love to hear your thoughts, readers…
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