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Workplace Etiquettes one should keep in mind

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One of the main advantages of remote work is the opportunity to work from anywhere. Working offsite, whether from your house, a co-working place, or a coffee shop, may cause problems with your virtual office staff,          co-workers, and managers. Digital employees should keep in mind that virtual office protocol isn’t a point of contention. Even in an online forum, proper etiquette defines a person’s professionalism and has a huge influence on the success of online meetings.

  • Respecting everyone’s working hours: It’s tough to keep track of time zones. Employees must also be mindful of other people’s off-hours habits. What makes things difficult is that you never know when people are at their desks. Everyone’s working hours are different. Some people must work a standard 9-to-5 shift, while others have more freedom and flexibility. As a result, you should set your own limits.
  • Email is the proof of life: When you work remotely, your presence is mainly specified by your emails. Ensuring every email that is sent on a working day should be attended to within 24 hours or less. If you do not have an answer to the particular issue raised, you are encouraged to still respond stating when the sender can expect a more substantial reply.
  • Not getting too casual: Even if it makes you feel lazy, waking up, prepared, and dressed before work helps you stay on track with your routine while also making you look presentable. It puts you in the right frame of mind as well. It won’t go unnoticed if you demonstrate that you’ve put thought into your look. It illustrates that you can maintain a professional attitude when working from home.
  • Video-Calling Etiquettes: The most infuriating part of a Zoom call is the background noise. To prevent the meeting or discussion from being too noisy, mute your microphone until you’re ready or asked to talk. Before you pick up the phone, make sure your camera is in the right spot. A camera pointed at someone’s forehead, lap, or anything else in the room is the most distracting thing in the room. Multitasking is another frustrating activity. Looking at things from other people’s perspectives is what makes it bothersome. Your acts come across as ignorant if you’re shuffling documents, pulling out a calculator, or doing some kind of housework while in a meeting.

Text by: Ankita Dutta, IBTN9


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