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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 2220 Etiquette

Instructions and Help about Can Form 2220 Etiquette

Welcome back to the Gentleman's Gazette! In today's video, we will be discussing office etiquette and why it's important to maintain it. We will cover some key etiquette danger zones and provide tips on how to mitigate conflict in the workplace. The office, fortunately or not, is where most of us spend the majority of our waking hours. That's why it's important to always maintain good workplace etiquette. How you deal with your co-workers and your office environment can often make the key difference between happy and unhappy employment. So, let's address the big question: why is office etiquette so important? The basic answer is that with good office etiquette, everyone can be comfortable and effective in the workplace. Good office etiquette means being respectful and considerate of your coworkers and the overall office environment. It goes beyond what you might find in a typical employee handbook and helps navigate sticky interpersonal situations. Before we continue, it is important to note that this video assumes your workplace is already a safe environment. If you encounter or are the subject of harassment, physical abuse, or any safety concerns, these issues should be taken seriously and addressed through appropriate channels such as Human Resources or legal counsel. Now, let's discuss a few situations where good workplace etiquette is crucial. We will refer to these as our etiquette danger zones, which include noise, interpersonal interactions, and common use spaces. Starting with noise, it's important to have good etiquette when it comes to talking. Talking too loudly or excessively can be disruptive. If you're unsure whether you're being too loud, simply ask a coworker for their feedback. When it comes to phone calls, avoid speaking too loudly or discussing personal matters that are not appropriate for the workplace. Avoid using speakerphone in a public place where others can overhear...