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Cell Phones,pagers,blackberries, (etc.) Etiquette

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Stephanie Edson

on 28 November 2012

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Transcript of Cell Phones,pagers,blackberries, (etc.) Etiquette

Proper Etiquette using Cell phones Quincy Gundersen
Stephanie Edson 1.) Never take a personal mobile call during a business meeting. (Includes interviews, and meetings with co-workers, or subordinates.
2.) Maintain at least a 10-foot zone from anyone while talking.
3.)Never talk in
dentist or doctor waiting rooms
places of worship
hospital emergency rooms
small public areas
And don't have any emotional conversations in public — ever.
4.) Don't use loud and annoying ring tones that destroy concentration and eardrums. Grow up!
5.) Never "multi-task" by making calls while shopping, banking, waiting in line or conducting other personal business. Cell Phones, Pagers,(etc.) Etiquette in the Business World. Proper Etiquette for Pagers 1.) When wearing your pagers put them on your pants or belt, where it can be hidden from view, and on vibrate.
- That way no one knows it is going off but you, and you can secretly check it.
- Great for meetings with co-workers, subordinates or clients.
2.) When your pager is not in use, turn it off. Mainly for funerals, church, and weddings. Dont answer
calls during
meetings In meetings put it on vibrate.
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