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Busted! It just isn’t fair! What is the problem with me being on my phone at work? I like to get paid to be on my phone, handling my affairs. It isn’t like I am the only person on the planet who does this
Busted! It just isn’t fair! What is the problem with me being on my phone at work? I like to get paid to be on my phone, handling my affairs. It isn’t like I am the only person on the planet who does this. Right? Fess up… you have been doing it as well!
Since this is becoming the new norm, I figured that it might be time for a little lesson from a real “pro” about cell phone etiquette.
Here goes…eight rules you should memorize…
Being sneaky with your cell phone use is a challenge. We all think that whomever is texting, tweeting, snapchatting or emailing us is more important than the patients we are working with. You need to learn to develop these etiquette lessons and incorporate them into your daily work life. If you do… I guarantee, you will not be “at that job” much longer.
If you have colleagues who are cell phone addicts, share this article with them. If you do ordon’t agree with my advice on this issue, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to hear your opinion.