Rude Awakening in the WorkplaceBy
If you start a new job nowadays, get ready to absorb a load of information in a hurry. The typical employee orientation lasts a day and is jam-packed with facts. You'll learn what each department does and where it's located, the chairman's favorite football team, and a few hundred other details designed to help you navigate your new office. So it's funny that, during this barrage, no one fills you in on a few points of basic workplace etiquette. But it's not too late. Here are 10 tips for office types -- hang them near the coffee station.
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