office etiquette

Awkward handshakes? Actual clothes? Commuting? Going back to an office comes with new, relatable anxieties and ambivalences.
"You can’t swipe left on a coworker’s face no matter how annoying they are."
So I don't know if this happens at your office, but it's happened at the last three jobs I've worked at: You walk into a stall in the ladies' room, and the seat will be absolutely covered in pee. So much pee, it couldn't possibly be a mistake. The quantity of urine is almost aggressive in its plentitude.
Every workplace has a lunchroom. And in each lunchroom, there among the rows of tables, chairs and filthy microwaves, are certain individuals. Here at Miserable Cubicles Incorporated, I've identified these folks.
3. Work travel is less frequent. Meetings today are frequently handled by teleconferencing or videoconferencing. In-person
The key to a relaxing summer vacation is taking the time to leave your work life in order. The ultimate goal is to have systems in place so business continues smoothly in your absence, your vacation won't be interrupted unnecessarily, and you can return from your trip and back to the office without skipping a beat.
If you work in an office, then you probably have a common bathroom that is shared by many. After spending over 30 years working in offices, it's apparent that too many people need an education or at least a reminder of good office bathroom etiquette.
Wearing pants to work? Yes. Wearing only pants to work? No. Can I smoke pot in the office? ... No? Okay, but what if I really
Routinely, participants in my corporate etiquette training sessions identify the following undesirable work styles that are all but guaranteed to stunt career growth.
Maybe closed doors aren't such a bad thing. Comedy network Above Average tackles one of the main hazards of a workplace without