Your handshake says a lot about you. It is one of the first - if not most important - impressions you're going to leave with someone.
When you work in an office, it is more than likely that you may have to deal with the public - be it organising meetings or dealing with outside suppliers.
It is most important that etiquette is well practised in the office as it makes one's day rather more pleasant.
Enjoy this charming motion picture from 1953 for some examples of what to do...and not to do. And the same lessons still apply to our modern age.
By Jay Remer
In today’s lightning fast paced business world, good communication is very important and this includes both verbal and written skills. Just because we have the ability to send messages around the globe at warp speed doesn’t mean that any less care should go into crafting their content.
Getting along in the workplace can be fun or hard - it all depends on how you look at things. The golden rule is: treat others as you want to be treated.