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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Tuesday, December 17, 2013
A Southern based Construction Company invites suitably
qualified persons to apply for the following position(s):
DIESEL AND/OR GASOLINE MECHANIC
• Mechanical repairs to heavy machinery including excavators,
loaders, tractors, road paving equipment, trucks and other
• Perform preventative maintenance on all equipment as per
• Maintain proper records on service and repairs
• dentify parts for procurement from parts manual
• Certified Diesel Mechanic (TTNVQ or equivalent)
• 3-5 years' experience
• Valid Class 5 Driver' Permit will be an asset
Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Unsuitable resumes will not be acknowledged.
Deadline for submission: December 16th, 2013. 1206097
Food Basket Market Place is now
hiring for the following post:
3. Meat Cutter
call between Monday and Friday during the
hours of 10.00 a.m to 4.00 p.m for an
appointment for an interview
Apply in person to:
Food Basket Market Place
#35 - 40 Endeavour Industrial Estate, Chaguanas
Food Basket Hyper-Market
Cor. C.H.R. Highway & O'Meara Road South, Arima
A leading supermarket in Chaguanas and
Arima is looking for persons to fill the
Starting Rate: $3,500.00 per month
Staff on the closing of shift and lives within a
1 mile radius will be dropped straight home.
Call between Monday and Friday during the
hours of 10.00 a.m to 4.00 p.m or for an
appointment for an interview
CHAGUANAS 665-9868 or 352-2172
ARIMA 646-5567 or 342-94831210069
Etiquette refers to behaving in a socially respon-
It refers to guidelines which control the way a
responsible individual should behave in the soci-
ety.Etiquette makes you a cultured individual who
leaves his mark wherever he goes.
Etiquette teaches you the way to talk, walk and
most importantly behave in the society.
Etiquette is essential for an everlasting first
impression. The way you interact with your supe-
riors, parents, fellow workers, friends speak a lot
about your personality and up- bringing.
Etiquette enables the individuals to earn respect
and appreciation in the society. No one would feel
like talking to a person who does not know how
to speak or behave in the society. Etiquette inculcates
a feeling of trust and loyalty in the individuals. One
becomes more responsible and mature. Etiquette
helps individuals to value relationships.
Some types of etiquette
Social Etiquette- Social etiquette is important
for an individual as it teaches him how to behave
in the society.
Corporate Etiquette- Corporate Etiquette refers
to how an individual should behave while he is at
work. Each one needs to maintain the decorum of
the organisation. Don t loiter around unnecessary
or peep into other s cubicles.
Wedding Etiquette- Wedding is a special event
in every one s life. Individuals should ensure they
behave sensibly at weddings. Never be late to wed-
dings or drink uncontrollably.
Meeting Etiquette- Meeting Etiquette refers to
styles one need to adopt when he is attending any
meeting, seminar, presentation and so on. Listen
to what the other person has to say. Never enter
meeting room without a notepad and pen. It is
important to jot down important points for future
Telephone Etiquette- It is essential to learn how
one should interact with the other person over the
phone. Telephone etiquette refers to the way an
individual should speak on the phone. Never put
the other person on long holds. Make sure you greet
the other person. Take care of your pitch and tone.
Business Etiquette- Business Etiquette includes
ways to conduct a certain business. Don t ever
cheat customers. It is simply unethical.
It is essential for an individual to behave
in a socially acceptable way. Etiquette helps
an individual to be different and stand apart
from the crowd.
One needs to be serious and a little sen-
sible at the workplace. An individual can t
behave the same way at office as he behaves
at home. People who lack etiquette are never
taken seriously by their fellow workers.
An individual all alone finds it difficult
to survive at the workplace. One needs to
be a good team player to make his mark at
the workplace. He needs to interact with
his fellow workers and share ideas to reach
to better solutions. Employees must work
in unison for faster and effective results. It
is essential to maintain healthy relationships
with fellow workers as an individual spends
his maximum time at the workplace.
Respect your fellow workers. Misbehaving
with colleagues spoils the ambience and
leads to negativity all around. Treat all co
workers as one irrespective of their race,
caste, nationality, designation etc.
Spreading baseless rumours about fellow
workers is something which is not at all
expected out of a professional. Spotting any
of your colleagues with his girlfriend has
nothing to do with office and thus must
not be discussed at the workplace. Avoid
playing blame games in organization. An
individual should have enough guts to accept
his/her mistakes. If you do not like someone,
it is better to ignore the other person rather
than fighting with him. Remember conflicts
lead to no solution.
Be cordial to all. Greet everyone with a
smile. It is bad manners to make faces at
others. Learn to be a little more adjusting.
Things don t always go your way. Do not
take things to heart.
Help your colleagues in whatever way
you can. Never give them any wrong sug-
gestions. You will like your job more if you
have a friend at the workplace.
Be polite to your fellow workers. If some-
one shouts on you, never shout back on
him. Don t do what others do. You will not
become small if you say "sorry".
Too much of friendship at the workplace
is bad. Being emotional at work is harmful.
The other person might take undue advan-
tage of your generous attitude.
Never overreact. It pays to be calm and
composed at the workplace.
Avoid taking sides at the workplace. Don t
ask for personal favours from any of your
fellow workers. Never ask anyone to do gro-
cery shopping on your behalf or pick your
son from school. It is unprofessional.
Avoid being rude to anyone. You never
know when you might need any of your
fellow workers. Never lash out at others
Never interfere in your colleague s work.
It is bad manners to open anyone else s
envelopes or check fellow worker s e-mails.
Respect your colleague s privacy. Do not
peep into anyone else s cubicles. Knock
before entering your boss s cabin.
Never make fun of any one at the work-
It is bad manners to overhear anyone
else s conversation.
Avoid criticising others. One needs to be
flexible at the workplace. Being rigid spoils
Interacting with co-workers
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