Civility in the workplace should be a no-brainer. But if work environments are a microcosm of the wider society, it is no wonder some organisations are laying down the law when it comes to how workers should communicate with one another.
Google is the latest large company to formalise its approach to civil interaction among employees. The tech giant last month released internal guidance for how employees should speak to one another, especially through the company’s vast network of internal forums and mailing lists.
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