What's the protocol for blocking/unfriending a coworker if you still want to be friends with almost all your other coworkers on Facebook? [more inside]
posted by Hermione Granger
on Jun 9, 2014 -
Do people give their graduate advisors presents following a successful defense? What would qualify? [more inside]
posted by anonymous
on Apr 4, 2012 -
So, I've been invited to a party at my country's embassy later this week. The formal invitation asks me to RSVP, but I don't do this sort of thing very often, and I've got no idea what the right protocol for a response is. Anyone got any idea?
posted by ascullion
on May 23, 2007 -
What is the proper etiquette/protocol for Americans greeting or addressing non-American people of title
? Does one say "Her Majesty" or "Your Highness" or "Lady So-and-So" or other formalities, if one comes from a country with egalitarian and anti-monarchist roots and beliefs, where the non-recognition of titles is even a part of the Constitution
? How about the whole curtsying thing? Where is the line commonly drawn between being polite to someone and being true to personal and national values? [more inside]
posted by Asparagirl
on Mar 1, 2005 -
What can/should you do for a co-worker in your department who only has a few weeks left to live, and is already at the hospital?
Even if you aren't particularly close, one has the feeling one should do something
. But what?
posted by ShawnStruck
on Jan 14, 2005 -