10 tech etiquette offenses
As the use of social media sites, mobile devices, and other digital tools increases, there are naturally more opportunity for etiquette blunders to occur - especially in the workplace. According to a new survey from staffing firm Robert Half, three-quarters of hiring managers say tech etiquette breaches can negatively impact your career. Whether it's posting a negative comment on Facebook or sending a confidential e-mail to the wrong people, a technical mistake could land you in hot water.
Jennifer Taylor, director of Permanent Placement Services with Robert Half in Boston, identifies the 10 common types of tech etiquette offenders and tips to avoid becoming one of them.