According to the dictionary or Wikipedia, etiquette is the form or code of behavior prescribed by custom or authority that delineates expectations for social, official or professional life according to contemporary conventional norms within a society, social class or group.
Upcoming Etiquette Dinner
No Jobs for Slobs!
Ensure you are ready for ANY interview situation – including those held over dinner. Attend the Etiquette Dinner sponsored by BP, Montana Tech Dining Services and Career Services. For a $5.00 fee enjoy a 5-course dinner and many helpful hints from Dining Services Director, Alan Couture. The event will be held on Wednesday, October 3, 2012 in the Copper Lounge beginning at 5:00p.m.
Seating is limited! Register before October 1st through DIGGERecruiting.
Etiquette and Dining
In today's workplace, business is often conducted over a meal. Whether it is at home or in a restaurant, it is essential to completely understand how to conduct oneself in a professional manner. Etiquette is the combination of respect, manners and good behavior.
Good manners may give you an edge over another candidate in the interview. Through a dining experience, an employer can observe candidates in a more relaxed environment to evaluate their social skills. Be Ready!
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