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Workplace Etiquette

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Jamie Ly

on 24 April 2014

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Transcript of Workplace Etiquette

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Work-Life Balance
Social Media
Policies
Punctuality
ID 3201
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Work-Life Balance
Friends, Family,
as well as a healthy work life.


Policies
PLATFORMS
Social
Workplace Etiquette
The Guide to Perfect
Jamie Ly
Nasima Omar
Zawadi Mbele

Jennifer, D., Cowie, H., & Ananiadou, K. (2003)
Vega, G., & Comer, D. R. (2005)
"All those repeated actions and practices that are directed to one or more workers, which are unwanted by the victim, which may be done deliberately or unconsciously, but clearly cause humiliation, offence, and distress, and that may interfere with job performance and/or cause an unpleasant working environment"
Cole, N. (2009)
Pierce, C. A., & Aguinis. H. (2003)
Peluchette J. V., Karl, K., & Rust, K. (2006)
"Dress to Impress"
"Look Good, Feel Good"
Punctuality
Timing is Key
Review!
At Work
Social Media
Bullying
Co-Worker Relationships
Clothing
Dressing to Impress: Beliefs and Attitudes Regarding Workplace Attire
Purpose:
To examine individual differences in beliefs and attitudes regarding workplace attire

Sample:
n = 106
22-59 years old

Method:
Self-Monitoring Behavior
Personal Beliefs about Attitudes and Attire

Results/Discussion:
Attire plays a key role in individuals' attitudes and beliefs regarding workplace outcomes
Sticks and Stones May Break Your Bones, But Words Can Break Your Spirit: Bullying in the Workplace
It is not illegal to bully in the U.S.
The U.S. is behind on workplace bullying awareness in comparison to the U.K. and Australia
Workplace bullying can instigate many psychological damages
Depression
Anxiety
Aggression
Insomnia
Severe cases may even cause PTSD
Workplace suffers
Reduced productivity
Reduced creativity
Reduced innovation
Decline in efficiency due to incline in "sick" days
Perceptions and Experience of Workplace Bullying in Five Different Working Populations
Purpose:
To examine the different types of situations that could create bullying in the workplace

Sample:
n = 677
21-50 years old

Method:
The Workplace Relationships Questionnaire

Results/Discussion:
Potential factors such as role ambiguitiy and work relationship conflict were important predictors of bullying in the workplace

Options!
Breathing Room
Flexiblity
Time Management
Give Yourself Time
15 Minutes Early
Who said you cant have it all?
Balance
Romantic Relationships in Organizations
Purpose:
To determine the key formation of workplace romance

Sample:
n = 465
21-56 years old

Method:
Questionnaires

Results/Discussion:
Employees who had positive attitudes towards sexual intimacy at work were more likely to participate in having a workplace romance

Workplace Romance: A Justice Analysis
Purpose:
To investigate employees' perception regarding workplace romance fairness in respect to managerial action

Sample:
n = 100

Method:
Interviews

Results/Discussion:
Most employees found managerial action to be fair in instances where there:
Are negative workplace tension
Is two people involved who are a part of the same department
Is a policy and employees are disregarding it

Activity Time!
Plan
Be Proactive
Different websites and applications for social networking
New way of communication
Many pros and cons in personal life and work life
Rankings
Certain social media sites more appropriate than others in a workplace setting
Work related rather than personal
LinkedIn
PRO
Network/connect within industry
CON
Looking for other jobs on clock
SOCIAL
Google+
PROS
Associate with Google email account
Connect with other Google products
CON
Spending too much time on it
Twitter
PROS
Real time
Connect with target audience
Lists/hashtags
#WorkplaceEtiquette
Promote company
CONS
Personal view mishaps
Facebook
PRO
Page for business
CONS
Venting with statuses
Personal information
Inappropriate
Right Away
Lunch Break
Clear Mind
Part of work
DON'Ts
Post negative comments
Violate Social Media Policy
Company should have one
Spend all your time online at work
Over share
Spread secret/private info on company
DOs
Use to positvely promote company
Follow Social Media Policy
Stay relevant and up to date
Be respectful in posts
Use a disclaimer
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