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Office Etiquette and Politics What is office etiquette Some people really dont understand proper behavior in the work place Being all you were hired to be is very important to be successful In the professional world there is a right and wrong way to do just about everything whether or not it has to do with talking to your boss co-workers personal appearance or even something as simple as sending an e-mail Engaging in office etiquette can not only achieve goals but it can also make work a more pleasant place to be Do your best to feel good You are cheating everyone if you come barging into the office at the last minute or even worse late That alone puts unnecessary stress on you and your co-workers because the rest of the day you are trying to catch-up This not only effects your efficiency but the efficiency of the whole office If you start the day stressed rushed or flustered its most likely the way you will preform throughout the day There is no substitute to cleanliness deodorants and colognes are meant to compliment Be odor free unless the fragrances are fresh and light Just because you think it smells good you dont know what your scent will do to others in your close presence Keeping the mouth well maintained is very important We tend to aim our mouths directly at others when we are speaking to them Unfortunately as the one being spoken to we not only hear what we are being told but much to often get a whiff of the persons last meal Smokers should remember that the fresh smoke may taste good going in but to others its often another story Showering in the morning and removing any offensive odors is a must After scrubbing down it doesnt make much sense to put on cloths covered in perspiration and layers of captured odors from numerous origins
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