Tis the season for workplace holiday parties. They’re a great way to unwind and get to know co-workers better. But, employees have to remember that it’s still a work event. Even though it’s called a party, it’s not the time to let loose. You’re on stage, being observed by coworkers, supervisors, and maybe even a… Read More


Employees are often hesitant to attend company picnics because they are unsure about the proper business etiquette and protocol.  All the uncertainty about what to wear, how casual to be with superiors, whether to talk shop, and if it’s smart to outshine the boss in a volleyball game make them consider not attending at all.… Read More


Using good holiday office party etiquette is important since office events are an extension of your professional life. You are being observed by your supervisors and colleagues, as well as their spouses and guests — maybe even a few board members or clients. It’s a great opportunity to make a positive impression. In this article I wrote for the Tulsa Business Journal I provide 10… Read More