Why your grungy keyboard makes you look like a jerk

09/23/2013 | USA Today

Using good manners at work doesn't mean you're stuffy or are letting others tell you what to do, says Richie Frieman, author of "Reply All." Good manners mean not strong-arming colleagues when collecting for a charitable cause and not trashing office equipment that doesn't belong to you, he says.

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