Dating etiquette rules follow
"The email was long, angry and childish," she says."And he sent it to the entire company." Ralph didn't lose his job, but his account was modified so that he could no longer send company-wide emails.
Her inability to do a full day's work slowed down our entire department." Rule #3: Respect a closed door.
"Well, two fellow flight attendants were unhappy when a couple took over a row of seats they had their eye on, so they stole the couple's shoes and left them in a trash bag in the galley." Sure, there might be someone out there who will laugh at your antics, but they're best saved for your time off.
Rule #5: Take a breath before you hit "Send." The easiest way to confront a coworker is often via email—you get to have your say without any ugly face-to-face drama.
If a coworker has shut her office door, stay out––even if she doesn't look busy.
Says Renee from New Orleans: "I kept a big bowl of candy on my office desk. '" When you really need a sugar fix and the candy dish is with a colleague who's holed up in her office, head to the vending machine instead. Any joke made at your coworker's expense—or worse, a customer's—probably isn't all that funny.
Learn from their mistakes before your own missteps damage your professional reputation, or worse, cost you your job. Sure, your close friends "get" your dry sense of humor and blasé attitude, but you should keep personality quirks in check when dealing with coworkers. ' She didn't come out and say, 'Your hair usually looks totally boring,' but it's what we all heard." Rule #2: Be a team player.