It’s possible that you are not aware of a raging debate online and in print regarding the proper email salutation. The controversy is not quite on the same level as the political debates, thank goodness; but like those hurricanes some of us dread all summer long, it is growing in intensity and covering an ever-widening area.
It’s inevitable—the annual holiday office party. You can pretty much count on it every year. This year approximately 75% of bosses are planning to treat their employees to what they deem to be a festive celebration. For some, this is a much anticipated and eagerly awaited event. For others, not so much. They would rather
There are any number of etiquette faux pas committed in the office setting. Check to see if you are guilty of these five workplace sins. Being a “Sunday night e-mailer.” Many business people like to clear out their inbox from home on Sunday night. That eliminates spending an hour replying to email first thing Monday
Declining reimbursements, increased overhead, implementation of the Affordable Care Act, the rush to litigation are but a few of the reasons to “sweat the small stuff” in the medical arena. If you don’t think you need to pay attention to the details when it comes to making your patients happy as well as healthy, think
Last week I wrote about how women should dress for work during the hot summer months. At the risk of repeating myself, I pointed out out that women have more choices and challenges than men when it it comes to deciding how to dress professionally when temperatures soar. When it comes to business attire for men and
What to wear to work is challenging enough during the year, but when temperatures rise, it is even more confusing, especially for the business woman. In last week's blog, I talked in general terms of how to approach your workplace wardrobe in the summer. This week I want to focus on the business woman's wardrobe. The business