Top 10 Office Etiquette Do’s and Dont’s

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DON’T use work email for non-professional matter

Like a personal phone call, work email accounts are best left for job-related subject matter. This is probably a given for most, but also includes back and forth chatter with co-workers on things not pertaining to the office. Heaven forbid you accidentally forward a colorful email to the wrong person — the outcome can have serious consequences.

Note: In many cases, companies exercise the right to monitor electronic communications. If you don’t want your boss to know about it, don’t write about it.

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