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The 5 Rudest Office Food Habits

The 5 Rudest Office Food Habits


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These behaviors aren’t just annoying — they’re downright discourteous

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These office behaviors are sure to mke you unpopular with your coworkers.

Working in an office usually requires nuances of etiquette. A lot of what being a good, respectful employee comes down to one thing: courtesy.

Despite that fact – which should be common knowledge – many employees totally throw courtesy out the window when it comes to eating at work. Your habit of leaving your leftovers out on the counter or microwaving whatever you please may be fine at home (that’s not our business) but it’s a genuine problem in the workplace.

What are the absolute rudest things to do at work when it comes to food? Here they are — and, trust us, we’ve seen them all.

Eating During a Meeting
We get it: meetings are incredibly boring. But don’t entertain yourself by munching on a midday snack. As long as you’re not slurping, a glass of water or cup of coffee is perfectly fine to sip on during appropriate moments during a business gathering. However, we’ve seen people noshing on crispy, greasy potato chips and opening up McDonald’s Big Macs during corporate conclaves, and that just isn’t right.

Leaving Food Scraps on Your Desk
Grapefruit skins, the shells of hardboiled eggs, and those tomatoes you picked off your turkey sandwich are garbage, not office décor. When you’ve finished your lunch, discard your trash in the nearest receptacle and take a minute away from your desk to rinse off your plate or bowl. It’s good to get up from your desk anyway.

Microwaving Fish
Do we need to say anything else? Don’t be that guy. Nobody likes that guy. Oh, and if something spills over in the microwave, please wipe it up right away.

Not Bringing Enough Treats for Everyone
In elementary school when it was your birthday and you brought treats, you had to bring enough for the entire class. The same rule still applies when you’re an adult in an office. If you’re marking your birthday with cupcakes, celebrating the end of a work week with bagels, or just decided to whip up a batch of cookies, remember what Barney taught you: sharing is caring.

Pouring Leftovers Into the Sink
Your home sink probably has a disposal, but if your office sink doesn’t: be considerate. Dumping bits of soggy lettuce, a few ramen noodles, or a few black beans into the sink and allowing them to fester is unappetizing to say the least. Remember to clean up after yourself and dump tiny bits of food into the trash can or toilet (and flush) instead of leaving them in the sink for the cleaning lady.


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Are you guilty? Are you one of those cretinous co-workers who takes a lunch break just a little longer than anyone else? Who reheats last night’s curry in the communal microwave? Who decides to slip their shoes off next to the photocopier – like you’re shuffling around your lounge?

We know who you are, and you do too. So, when we asked around the Gentleman’s Journal offices to gauge just how these work-based irks rank, we told no-one to hold back. Now, the answers are in, and we’ve collated the data for a definitive run down of the most annoying office habits. So sit back, and see just how badly you’ve been offending…


Editor’s Picks: the only sunglasses you need, a Brazilian beach break and more

Are you guilty? Are you one of those cretinous co-workers who takes a lunch break just a little longer than anyone else? Who reheats last night’s curry in the communal microwave? Who decides to slip their shoes off next to the photocopier – like you’re shuffling around your lounge?

We know who you are, and you do too. So, when we asked around the Gentleman’s Journal offices to gauge just how these work-based irks rank, we told no-one to hold back. Now, the answers are in, and we’ve collated the data for a definitive run down of the most annoying office habits. So sit back, and see just how badly you’ve been offending…


Editor’s Picks: the only sunglasses you need, a Brazilian beach break and more

Are you guilty? Are you one of those cretinous co-workers who takes a lunch break just a little longer than anyone else? Who reheats last night’s curry in the communal microwave? Who decides to slip their shoes off next to the photocopier – like you’re shuffling around your lounge?

We know who you are, and you do too. So, when we asked around the Gentleman’s Journal offices to gauge just how these work-based irks rank, we told no-one to hold back. Now, the answers are in, and we’ve collated the data for a definitive run down of the most annoying office habits. So sit back, and see just how badly you’ve been offending…


Editor’s Picks: the only sunglasses you need, a Brazilian beach break and more

Are you guilty? Are you one of those cretinous co-workers who takes a lunch break just a little longer than anyone else? Who reheats last night’s curry in the communal microwave? Who decides to slip their shoes off next to the photocopier – like you’re shuffling around your lounge?

We know who you are, and you do too. So, when we asked around the Gentleman’s Journal offices to gauge just how these work-based irks rank, we told no-one to hold back. Now, the answers are in, and we’ve collated the data for a definitive run down of the most annoying office habits. So sit back, and see just how badly you’ve been offending…


Editor’s Picks: the only sunglasses you need, a Brazilian beach break and more

Are you guilty? Are you one of those cretinous co-workers who takes a lunch break just a little longer than anyone else? Who reheats last night’s curry in the communal microwave? Who decides to slip their shoes off next to the photocopier – like you’re shuffling around your lounge?

We know who you are, and you do too. So, when we asked around the Gentleman’s Journal offices to gauge just how these work-based irks rank, we told no-one to hold back. Now, the answers are in, and we’ve collated the data for a definitive run down of the most annoying office habits. So sit back, and see just how badly you’ve been offending…


Editor’s Picks: the only sunglasses you need, a Brazilian beach break and more

Are you guilty? Are you one of those cretinous co-workers who takes a lunch break just a little longer than anyone else? Who reheats last night’s curry in the communal microwave? Who decides to slip their shoes off next to the photocopier – like you’re shuffling around your lounge?

We know who you are, and you do too. So, when we asked around the Gentleman’s Journal offices to gauge just how these work-based irks rank, we told no-one to hold back. Now, the answers are in, and we’ve collated the data for a definitive run down of the most annoying office habits. So sit back, and see just how badly you’ve been offending…


Editor’s Picks: the only sunglasses you need, a Brazilian beach break and more

Are you guilty? Are you one of those cretinous co-workers who takes a lunch break just a little longer than anyone else? Who reheats last night’s curry in the communal microwave? Who decides to slip their shoes off next to the photocopier – like you’re shuffling around your lounge?

We know who you are, and you do too. So, when we asked around the Gentleman’s Journal offices to gauge just how these work-based irks rank, we told no-one to hold back. Now, the answers are in, and we’ve collated the data for a definitive run down of the most annoying office habits. So sit back, and see just how badly you’ve been offending…


Editor’s Picks: the only sunglasses you need, a Brazilian beach break and more

Are you guilty? Are you one of those cretinous co-workers who takes a lunch break just a little longer than anyone else? Who reheats last night’s curry in the communal microwave? Who decides to slip their shoes off next to the photocopier – like you’re shuffling around your lounge?

We know who you are, and you do too. So, when we asked around the Gentleman’s Journal offices to gauge just how these work-based irks rank, we told no-one to hold back. Now, the answers are in, and we’ve collated the data for a definitive run down of the most annoying office habits. So sit back, and see just how badly you’ve been offending…


Editor’s Picks: the only sunglasses you need, a Brazilian beach break and more

Are you guilty? Are you one of those cretinous co-workers who takes a lunch break just a little longer than anyone else? Who reheats last night’s curry in the communal microwave? Who decides to slip their shoes off next to the photocopier – like you’re shuffling around your lounge?

We know who you are, and you do too. So, when we asked around the Gentleman’s Journal offices to gauge just how these work-based irks rank, we told no-one to hold back. Now, the answers are in, and we’ve collated the data for a definitive run down of the most annoying office habits. So sit back, and see just how badly you’ve been offending…


Editor’s Picks: the only sunglasses you need, a Brazilian beach break and more

Are you guilty? Are you one of those cretinous co-workers who takes a lunch break just a little longer than anyone else? Who reheats last night’s curry in the communal microwave? Who decides to slip their shoes off next to the photocopier – like you’re shuffling around your lounge?

We know who you are, and you do too. So, when we asked around the Gentleman’s Journal offices to gauge just how these work-based irks rank, we told no-one to hold back. Now, the answers are in, and we’ve collated the data for a definitive run down of the most annoying office habits. So sit back, and see just how badly you’ve been offending…



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