Office Etiquette - Page: 2

8 Stupid Office Rules That Drive Everyone Crazy

When companies create ridiculous and demoralizing rules to halt the outlandish behavior of a few individuals, it's a management problem.

Travis Bradberry

· 6 min read

5 Ways to Work With People Who Annoy You

Good manners, deep breaths and boundaries solve most problems happily enough.

Jacqueline Whitmore

· 4 min read

The Benefits of Crying at Work

Tears often accompany an earnest show of emotion. It feels risky but is really very healthy.

Jacqueline Whitmore

· 5 min read

7 Ways to Regift Sincerely and Without Getting Caught

A recycled gift, selected with great care and given with a generous heart, will be received with a smile -- so long as only you know it's recycled.

Jacqueline Whitmore

· 4 min read

7 Ways to Navigate the Office Gift-Giving Minefield

Exchanging gifts with co-workers is a pleasant custom that many people find very stressful.

Jacqueline Whitmore

· 4 min read

5 Ways to Get People to Follow Up

Don't take it personally when you don't hear back, but don't stop trying to get in touch.

Jacqueline Whitmore

· 4 min read

7 Types of Jerks Found in Every Office

Everybody is aggravating to somebody some of the time. A jerk is aggravating to everybody all the time.

John Boitnott

· 4 min read

8 Ways to Gracefully Receive a Compliment

Everyone wants praise but nice people often are often inadvertently rude when they receive it.

Jacqueline Whitmore

· 4 min read

How To Remain Professional With That Weird Person In Office

What to do when their obnoxiousness is a growing matter of concern for everyone in the office?

Ritu Kochar

· 5 min read

The Sophistication of Office Amenities

Office amenities are shifting from a focus on whimsy to a focus on meaning.

Ryan Mullenix

· 6 min read

7 Ways Workers Can Have an Open-Door Policy Without Going Crazy

Collaboration is the essence of teamwork, but interruptions are the bane of anyone trying to concentrate. There is a way to make this work.

John Boitnott

· 4 min read

Nina Zipkin

· 12 min read