Your persistence and patience has saved a lot of un-necessary shuffling of equipment, IT staff time and unrealized (future) gains of payroll staff time. It’s my opinion that companies which were able to survive the recent economic issues and flourish, can attribute much of their survival to excellent customer service like yours.
Mark Cameron - Network Administrator - Foothill Packing
The holiday season is upon us and that means it’s party time. Here are a few tips to help you celebrate responsibly and remain in good standing with your boss.
Don’t dress inappropriately – You don’t want your boss or co-workers talking about what you wore in the days to come. If the invitation doesn’t describe the attire requested, ask for clarification or stick to your everyday dress code.
Don’t bring just anyone – If you’re not married or involved in a relationship, be careful about who you choose for your ‘+1.’ Your guest’s behavior reflects upon you; how well do you really know that person you just started dating?
Don’t go on an empty stomach – If alcohol is being served at your company party, eat something before you go. There’s no guarantee when the food will be rolled out, and drinking on an empty stomach in a professional setting is hardly a good idea.
Don’t drink excessively – It’s never a good idea to drink too much and embarrass yourself in front of your employer and co-workers. Set a reasonable limit before you get there and stick to it. No matter what.