Email Faux Pas: Embarrassment to Avoid


Save Yourself the Embarrassment of a Technological Faux Pas

Office technology is like a double-edged sword.

You can use it to slash away at a to-do list, saving you a ton of time. But technology, like email and voice mail, also offers plenty of chances to embarrass yourself.

Don't get burned!

Deborah Schneider, author of Office Etiquette Essentials at the American Bar Association, offers some email guidelines that will help you AVOID a technology faux pas.

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