In a 2011 survey publish at the Monster.com blog, 71% of survey respondents found their coworker’s manners needing improvement or “downright rude.” More than one-quarter of respondents’ co-workers fell into this downright rude category. In this guide to business etiquette in the office,
About Jay Sennett
Jay is our etiquette expert and will teach you anything from hosting a cocktail party to having a respectful conversation.
He lives in Michigan with his wife and enjoys travelling.
Entries by Jay Sennett
Nostalgia is the handmaiden of etiquette. The litany goes: In the past all was better – the streets, cleaner; the men, manlier; the people, politer.
With spring now upon us in the northern hemisphere, the wedding season is just starting. Maybe you’ve only attended small weddings in someone’s home or church basement,
The gym is the perfect place to be a gentleman. Whether you’ve been a gym member for years or joining a gym in the U.S. for the first time, manners apply at the gym.
Is one’s digital life a ticket to immorality? The answer is a firm: NO. The internet is public, and digital etiquette must keep this fact in mind. Everything we do on the internet is saved, forever – even if you delete it.
Whether you are attending a formal dinner, a cocktail party or hosting an informal dinner, the art of conversation is a skill that can be mastered. People who have will thrive at work events and are likely to climb the career ladder