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Etiquette and manners may seem like relics of the past, but Thomas P. Farley would argue that these days, they’re more important than ever.
In the business world, an increasing number of workplaces are foregoing private offices for an open concept layout. The communication may flow better, but an open plan can leave employees with bad manners easily exposed.
Farley, also known as “Mister Manners,” shares some etiquette tips for how to be on your best behavior at the office.
Some hints: keep your desk clean and eat your tuna fish sandwich in the lunch room, not in your cubicle.