The modern workplace is fraught with opportunities for faltering in political correctness, erring on the side of offensiveness. If there were ever a place for these errors in judgment to be made, the office restroom would be at the top of the list. The unwritten rules of the office restroom are widely understood and learned through years of social fraternization and the experiences in public restrooms. However, there remains a small subsection of the workforce that has no respect for the law (of the bathroom) and are in dire need of law enforcement.
If you are guilty of talking on your phone or worse, talking shop with a colleague in the bathroom, you are far from alone. These minor offenses pale in comparison to peeking through the crack to see if a stall is empty or loitering outside the stall waiting for your turn. Privacy has come to be expected in restrooms and rightfully so.
The workplace has boundaries and an awkward encounter in the office restroom is a recipe for career destruction. If you are unsure of the proper code of conduct within the office restroom, our friends at GetVoIP have compiled a useful guide:
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