Friday, December 15, 2000
CYBER SCENE SOCIAL NOTES ~ 12/15/00
In an attempt to help facilitate better networking for new media professionals and "Scenesters," here are some points that will be added during the weeks. They will be archived.
Holiday Party etiquette - for the new employee
1. Watch out for that egg nog. Everyone wants to have a good time at a
holiday party, but if you're not sure what is appropriate, err on the
conversative side until you have a better feeling for your co-worker's party
behavior. You don't want to be forced to call in sick the morning after the
2. Perhaps you are a new manager and haven't worked with your staff very
long. While you weren't there to observe this, your colleagues worked hard
all year - they deserve to at least be recognized for their efforts, if not
3. If office morale is low, come up with ways to gear everyone up for a more
prosperous new year.
4. Don't let the dot-com downturns spoil your holiday spirit. Tis the season to thank those important to us, who've helped us and who we care about. Whether a card, special words of thanks, Flooz, cash or a gift, take the time to let others know how they're valued. And--more importantly--remember the non-commerical aspects and reasons of why we celebrate as you carry on with holiday festivities.
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