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New Year, new goals! The beginning of the year is always a natural time to recharge, reset and refocus on new and existing goals. If one of yours is exploring career growth opportunities, now might be the time to dust off your resume and refresh your LinkedIn. As a rule of thumb, you should always […]

January 18, 2022

How to update your LinkedIn profile

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We’re looking for an amazing Digital Marketing Intern to join the Common Courtesy Crew! Check out the job posting below. If you or someone you know would be a could fit, please email us your resume to itscommoncourtesyinc@gmail.com. Title: Digital Marketing Intern Status: 10-15+ Hours/WeekPrimary Location: RemoteCompensation: Unpaid/College Credit Description: Common Courtesy is looking for […]

December 21, 2021

We’re Hiring! Digital Marketing Intern

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Check out our feature in The Zoe Report on Office Holiday Party Etiquette! We cover the major mistakes you want to avoid and if you even have to attend. Click here for a link to the article. ⁣

December 20, 2021

Press: The Zoe Report – Office Party Etiquette

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Last year Business Insider featured our co-founder Christin in an article discussing why she chose her MBA program and how it helped inspire Common Courtesy. Have you ever noticed when MBA grads are introduced you don’t typically see these three letters listed behind their name? It’s because MBA degrees don’t require a license. You would […]

March 3, 2021

How to Use Professional Titles

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It’s week four, and the world as we affectionately know as BC (Before Corona) seems like a distant memory.  Chances are if you weren’t working from home before, you probably are now. ‘The Corona” as I’ve coined it lately, has turned our day-to-day upside down, and with the need to stay at home to stay […]

April 6, 2020

Virtual Meeting Etiquette: 6 Tips When Working from Home

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With a stronger emphasis on culture and employee satisfaction, companies often host events like happy hours or celebration parties to provide a venue for employees to blow off steam and build stronger relationships. If done correctly, these social settings can be extremely impactful in developing trust and camaraderie with colleagues that can offer long-lasting benefits […]

July 3, 2019

The Work Happy Hour

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Ok, we probably already know the answer to this question, right? We’ve read tons of career articles about how we should separate work relationships from our personal life. But, somehow this doesn’t always feel cut and dry and can sometimes feel downright rude. As companies move from staunch, uptight environments to collaborative cultures, it might […]

January 6, 2019

Should I Accept my Coworker’s Friend Request?

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Vacation time is an important employee benefit that we should all utilize. Studies show that employees who take time off are more productive at work. So whether you have a company culture that encourages time off or not, it’s important to use the benefit for your sanity, productivity and overall mental health. There are some […]

December 27, 2018

Requesting Time off From Work

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