The world of online communications also requires proper etiquette in how we communicate. Of course, online, things here are a bit more complex.
With social media, do we “friend” our supervisor? What about email? Who do we “bcc” and who do we “cc”?
Email host Intermedia conducted a survey that offers some insight into what other professionals feel about these and other questions involving business behavior and online etiquette:
According to the survey, 81 percent of respondents said it is somewhat or completely inappropriate to take a conference call on a cell phone while in public. On the other hand, after-hours texting between colleagues isn’t seen as impolite, with over half saying it is okay to do so. Read my full blog post on Allbusiness.com
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