But do you know if your ethics about work desk and cubicle is one way people judge you? A reflection of your personality can be seen from the desk and cubicle ettiquette you. Here are tips on running the ethics cubicle.
1. Keep your desk neatness and cleanliness and your cubicle.
Often people assume that papers pile up and clutter is a sign that the employee was a diligent worker. But this could be a boomerang for you because of a messy desk can also give a false impression about your professionalism. Use a desk drawer to store the documents that were not done. Put your writing tools in a single container to avoid spilling. Do not let your snack crumbs scattered on the desk so they can invite insects to come. Immediately take your coffee mug if it is discharged into the sink. Avoid to display a poster or a screen saver that can make other people feel Offended.
2. Voice control.
Do not be a source of employment concentration bully your coworkers. Some people tend to be easier in an atmosphere of quiet concentration. Lowering your voice when you talk on the phone, especially if the phone is not related to work, and do not use the speakerphone. Use earphones if you want to listen to music.
3. Note the use of perfume, cologne or air freshener that is too oppressive.
The smell that stung and could break the concentration of too much work of your colleague.
4. Avoid eating at your desk.
Indoor air-conditioned food smells can spread into your cubicle neighbor. Besides disturbing, a study says that the desk is dirtier than a toilet seat because of the crumbs left over from your meals and fall in between the keyboard is a comfortable nest for the growth of bacteria.
5. Respect the privacy of your co workers.
Do not 'hang out' in your cubicle coworkers when he was working. If you have any needs, while he was talking on the phone, do not wait, standing nearby. Get used to 'knock' cubicles before entering the work area of your colleague.
6. Stop 'eavesdrop'.
Cubicle wall is not thick enough you sometimes unwitting neighbors can hear your conversation. But avoid listening to the conversation because it just wrote to violate privacy of your colleague.
All the ethics of living in a cubicle does not mean you have to keep silent in your cubicle and do not interact with your coworkers. When time permits, such as lunch hour, of course it never hurts to visit each other to the cubicle neighbor and say hello.