In today's fast-paced environment, there is a need for an awareness of what is socially acceptable.
When people come in contact with highly educated and cultivated men and women our opinions about them are mostly formed by their refined manners.
Sadly, despite this, billions of dollars are spent annually on the various means of excluding the human factor from communication.
We regularly have to deal with impersonal recorded messages on voice mail that direct us to select a number from a menu or to leave a recorded message.
This can either be given directly to the shampoo person in cash before you leave the salon or you can let the front desk know what portion of the overall tip belongs to the shampoo person.
Personally, my hairdresser makes me look great, but, she also charges me an arm and a leg.
We also encounter an ever increasing number of answering machines.
It will help you develop the elements of politeness in today's cross cultural environment.
I, therefore, urge you to register for this free etiquette training course and help us all excel in politeness and professionalism.
Buying anniversary gifts are easy, if you know proper anniversary gift etiquette!
To begin, though, let me state that anniversary gifts are not expected from those outside of the couple, unless you are attending a special anniversary celebration, and those do not usually happen until the couple makes it a few decades past their wedding date.