Etiquette | Flirting & online shopping: Work emails staff should NEVER send

Flirting & online shopping: Work emails staff should NEVER send

Employees use their work emails for a range of reasons, from liaising with colleagues about work projects, organising meetings or communicating with external clients; emails are a workplace necessary to allow staff members to get their job done.

While this may be true, employers have shared their thoughts on the types of emails that should never be sent from a work email account.

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