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Quite simply, proper office etiquette refers to an unwritten code employees should follow in order to be successful in the workplace. It's a set of norms widely accepted as appropriate behavior.

Office etiquette may include having good manners and being courteous of others, as well as using workplace technology in a suitable manner. Here are a few tips for good office etiquette:

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These days, more and more workers are paying attention to the benefits offered at their potential workplace.

Employees are looking at things like flex time, paid paternity leave, and unlimited paid time off when considering where to work.

Another benefit people are looking for? A pet-friendly office!

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We've started a new tradition here at Work It Daily, and it involves lots of awkward clothing and fake facial hair. Our theme for the first ever Work It Daily Halloween Costume Competition was Tom Hanks characters, and boy, did we deliver.

We need YOUR help deciding who won this year's office Halloween costume competition! So, who rocked the best Tom Hanks costume? Which Halloween costume do you think deserves to win? Vote for your favorite below!

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Having problems with a difficult co-worker? It can be frustrating when you feel like this person is acting inappropriately, isn't doing his or her job, or is simply acting like a roadblock between you and success within the company.

You might be tempted to go around this person and take the issue to a higher up. However, this might not be in your best interest.

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In this week's edition of Well,This Happened, the series that lets you become a career coach, we addressed Eric's difficult workplace situation.

Eric recently discovered that the HR manager at his company is trash talking him, specifically to new hires. This is making it hard for him to work with the new employees and giving him a bad reputation. He's not sure how to go about addressing this since he can't go to HR.

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