Holiday Etiquette

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When you tell me “I am sorry I cannot get to this until I return from holiday”, what you really mean is I am not your priority. Fair enough holidays are for rest, relaxation and time with family and friends but if you aspire to a high level of routine discipline – setting aside 20 to 30 mins to respond to brief email, calls and so forth, at the beginning and end of the days is surely not impossible? What is more depressing is coming back to work with 600 unanswered emails and copious voicemail messages with increasing levels of frustration. Walk in with a smile not a frown on your face.

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