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What Not To Do

  • Avoid discussing politics and religion as many people have strong feelings about these topics and if your opinion differs from theirs, an unpleasant argument could ensue.
  • Tasteless jokes, especially those which target a specific gender, cultural group or sensitive topic, are not funny and may create legal difficulties for you and your employer.
  • Never bad mouth a current or past employer, or engage in malicious gossip about co-workers. 

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