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The Biggest Workplace Etiquette Offenses
CFOs and workers said the following were the most common breaches of workplace etiquette committed by their staff/coworkers:
(Percentages below represent the number of CFOs or workers who cited each response as the biggest offense.)
Being Distracted During Meetings
Gossiping About Others in the Office
Not Responding to Calls or Emails in a Timely Way
Running Late to or Missing Meetings
Not Crediting Others When Appropriate
Criticizing Others Publicly
11% of CFOs say their staff does not commit etiquette breaches
Source: Accountemps survey of more than 2,100 CFOs and 300 workers in the United States.
Two percent of CFOs responded “Don’t know.” CFO responses do not total 100 percent due to rounding.
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