Toilet étiquette is always a touch and go subject. This blog sums up workplace loo issues. Sadly it misses out the one where you can leave an irritating sign on the door reminding your colleagues to treat the office loo as if it were their home one. Very bad idea.
Many people work in an office or other workplaces where we have to share a bathroom with other people, and most people are usually potty-trained by the time we begin our careers. However, if you share an office bathroom with enough people, you’ll know that the question “how to go to the bathroom” is not as trivial as it seems. Judging by the behavior of some of our coworkers, many of us don’t use the bathroom correctly. Here are a few hints on how to go to the bathroom in the office properly.
Use the time you spend in the bathroom stall to call in to a meeting or make a personal phone call. You have more privacy there, because the walls of the stall are higher than the walls of your cubicle. Always pick a bathroom for its cell phone reception because the rest of the stuff there is…
View original post 493 more words