How to Avoid a Rude Shock
If etiquette doyenne Emily Post were alive today and in the mood to tackle the tangled topic of manners in the modern office, there's a good chance she'd throw up her hands in despair. Modern professionals must interact with colleagues from increasingly diverse backgrounds and cultures, and they must do so in an age and a society where things that would have shocked our grandparents speechless no longer raise even an eyebrow.
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