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Good Etiquette is Good for Business

April 7, 2009

The Most Common Employer Complaints Are:

— Lack of dining skills. The biggest faux pas is snagging your neighbor’s dinner roll. TIP: The correct place setting is B-M-W: left to right Bread – Meal – Water. Host a Protocol Workshop “The Art of Fine Dining”

— Inappropriate attire. The biggest complaint is ‘showing too much skin.’ Host a Protocol Workshop Dress to Impress”

— Lack of e-etiquette. Using PDAs in meetings is overwhelmingly the #1 complaint. Host a Protocol Workshop “Techno-Etiquette”

— Forgetting someone’s name. TIP: Remember a name by repeating it three times (when introduced, once in conversation and when saying goodbye). Host a Protocol Workshop “The Art of Networking”

— Insensitivity to religions of other cultures and a lack of understanding other cultures. TIP: Research other cultures by getting a Protocol, Inc. Briefing before you travel.

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  1. December 1, 2010 2:35 PM

    find dining might be expensive but the menu and service is always the best –.

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