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There are certain civilized ways of treating each other that years of evolution have encouraged us to realize. Still, some of us seem to have forgotten our manners. I've written an entire column about etiquette in the workplace covering several mores and protocols when at work. I'm highlighting two of them today.
Yes, you can steal time, and turns out you can steal a lot of things; stealing has a broad definition. To set the record straight, the following acts are considered stealing in the workplace:
You get the idea. If it feels wrong, it probably is. If it feels right with a sneaky, I'm-getting-away-with-it feel to it, it's also probably wrong.
For more in-depth information about what I'm getting at here, and to read about some advice regarding workplace decorum, please head over to the Office site and read Crabby's etiquette guide for working ladies and gentlemen.
Oh Crabby! Can I come and work in your office? it sounds so nice. Where I work they spend all day on Facebook instead of answering the phone.
Doris -- Hmmm. I'm curious: Where did you get the idea that we spend all day on Facebook? If you check out MY Facebook page (www.facebook.com/.../57717549628) you'll see that it's about nothing but work, work, and more work.
(In any case, I'm a full-time telecommuter...it's just me and the dogs in my office...and I don't answer the phone anyway during working hours!)
I didn't mean that you spend all day on Facebook he he. I mean that I do all the work and they spend all day leaving messages for their mates at my company. Any way, thanks for a great blog, makes me smile when I'm having a rubbish day at work.