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ESL English Lesson: Bad Office Etiquette – part 1
D.J. Robinson

Today, let’s talk about bad office etiquette. We’ll discuss many things; including checking your phone while talking to a colleague to not buying a round of coffees… It’s incredible just how many bosses check their emails while talking to their staff. Does yours? It’s bad manners, but everyone does it!

Bad behaviour at work is rife! Nobody likes to admit bad behaviour and we probably do it without thinking. Many of us have bad electronic manners. Some people might steal other people’s ideas. You might suffer from poor email etiquette. One example of this is sending or forwarding bad jokes. Be careful! That important email you send might be treated marginally higher than spam.

Article Quiz: 1) What could pay dividends in the future? 2) What is ‘passive aggressive behaviour’? 3) What is office etiquette? 4) What is incredible? 5) What is rife? Roleplay. Discussion. Gap Fill. Grammar. Etc.

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