Urvashiverma
Hr Executive
Groohit
Hr Executive

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hi, here i want to share some tips which help in creating the office enviornment more proffessional.:) regards urvashi

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Having good etiquette at work mostly simply means to be considerate and respectful of everyone around you,Office etiquette is not only about proper dressing and pleasing manners, it is also about striking that perfect balance between being familiar and formal with your colleagues, due to complaints received from some employees this is now becoming a serious issue.
Here are some cardinal points for keeping in mind while in the office to avoid any awkward situation or conflict:
Spitting of Pan/Gutkha on the corners or in the elevator by the employees in the work premises is against the hygiene standards of the premises and also effects work culture.
Do not smoke in the office premises.
The foul language during the course of normal conversation with colleagues.
Do not brush your hair, change your socks, apply make-up or use a toothpick anywhere except the washroom.
Inconsiderate of Common Space Leaving your mess out in a common space, leaving dirty coffee mugs in conference rooms, and leaving stapler or copier empty after using the last of the staples or paper.
After using the washroom, do not leave the taps on and also never forget to use the flush.
Sexual Harassment which includes:
Display of offensive books, pictures or posters, cartoons, magazines, calendars or derogatory written materials on the workstation.
Looking up and down a person's body ("elevator eyes").
Derogatory gestures or facial expressions of a sexual nature.
Making sexual comments about appearance, clothing, body parts, offensive comments about someone's sexual orientation or gender identity.
Note: Sexual harassment is level 3 misconduct under the "Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013" Company will take action for such misconduct
The disciplinary action will be carried out by the disciplinary committee. Such disciplinary action may even include transfer, legal action, demotion or termination.
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