Etiquette for Success: Workplace

Group discussions are commonplace in today’s working environments. Those with good etiquette will be good listeners, allow others to speak, and make any criticism in a polite and constructive way.

colleagues to prove that you are a reliable, trustworthy, productive, and team-oriented employee compared to people who have been on the job for decades. Perhaps someday you will be in a position where you serve as a supervisor or boss. In fact, many millennials and people from Generation Z/iGeneration (those born 1980–94 and those born in 1995 or later, respectively) are finding ways to be their own boss. They may start a new company or find ways to make money online. Yet even if you are a one-person business, having good etiquette is still important, because you have customers, retailers, and suppliers who depend on you for quality service—and quality treatment. So no matter what position you fill at your job, it’s important to present yourself in a positive way at all times. Whether you are an employee or an employer, having good traits like honesty, fairness, and integrity are critical for your long-term success.


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