the modern worker's etiquette handbook

Learn How to Master Modern Business Etiquette

Always give a firm handshake. Send thank-you notes after meetings. Stand when being introduced or when someone is exiting the room. These are old-school business etiquette tips that still resonate today and are an important part of conveying respect and professionalism.

However, they were also created in a much, much different workplace environment. Today’s workplace is a primarily virtual one, where smiling faces greet us on screens from halfway around the world, email thank-yous are commonplace and social media reigns supreme.

And yet our etiquette tips haven’t evolved beyond the age of the Rolodex®. What good is knowing how to give a firm handshake if you never meet someone in person?

The Modern Worker’s Etiquette Handbook

As 20+ year veterans of collaboration in the workplace, PGi has been at the forefront of the future of business collaboration. And we’ve learned a thing or two about business etiquette along the way. In our latest free eBook, “The Modern Worker’s Etiquette Handbook,” we share some of the tips, tricks and best practices for mastering business etiquette in a modern workplace environment.

Download the eBook today and learn helpful business etiquette tips for today’s workplace, such as:

  • Best practices for email etiquette;
  • The “Do’s,” “Don’ts,” and “Absolutely Never’s” of social media;
  • How to organize and run conference calls and online meetings;
  • and more!

Don’t let your work be marred by gaffes and faux pas. Download The Modern Worker’s Etiquette Handbook today and master modern business etiquette!

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About Joshua Erwin

Josh is a content creator and strategist with a passion for all things tech, such as the latest gadgets, apps, games and more. Josh loves listening to and playing music and is a big college football fan, especially for his alma mater Georgia Bulldogs. When not writing for PGi, you’ll find him gaming or drumming on Sundays for the Atlanta Falcons.

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