Have you ever been in a work situation where you’ve had to eat or drink with co-workers? Of course you have: Even if you work the overnight shift, you’ll eat meals, right? But doing so in a professional manner can feel like workplace training that some people never seem to receive. For starters, don’t assume not eating is the right choice. If you do skip meals, you’re going to impact your performance and productivity. But when you’re choosing what to eat, you should also focus on others around you—nothing too messy or too smelly, for example. And the number one rule is to clean up after yourself. If you’re going to join co-workers for a casual, after-hours drink, remember: Keep it professional and neutral. This graphic can help you navigate the pathway to food-drink success at work.
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Infographic by Quill.com