The best thing is not to talk anything except for performing work. But even then you may like to divert your self for routine for some time and talk non official matters.  But talk should be only for entertainment and better relation. There are certain things that must not be talked about. These include politics and religion.

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  • Re: What talk to avoid in office

    by » 4 years ago


    It is not good to talk about our family matters with office staffs. Office is the place to work. Do your work sincerely without wasting time. Avoid argument with other employees. Normally, nobody like those kind of people who always criticize others without any major reasons. If you have any personal complaint, tell directly to the boss. It is not good to discuss your complaints with other staffs. Always remember that there are spies around you who give false information about you to the boss. It may be reason for losing job. Be careful before you talk. 


  • Re: What talk to avoid in office

    by » 4 years ago


    Jincy Aby wrote:

    It is not good to talk about our family matters with office staffs. Office is the place to work. Do your work sincerely without wasting time. Avoid argument with other employees. Normally, nobody like those kind of people who always criticize others without any major reasons. If you have any personal complaint, tell directly to the boss. It is not good to discuss your complaints with other staffs. Always remember that there are spies around you who give false information about you to the boss. It may be reason for losing job. Be careful before you talk. 

    You are right but only few will like to follow these. Most common and popular topic of talking in offices are politics and back biting.

     


  • Re: What talk to avoid in office

    by » 4 years ago


    anil wrote:
    Jincy Aby wrote:

    It is not good to talk about our family matters with office staffs. Office is the place to work. Do your work sincerely without wasting time. Avoid argument with other employees. Normally, nobody like those kind of people who always criticize others without any major reasons. If you have any personal complaint, tell directly to the boss. It is not good to discuss your complaints with other staffs. Always remember that there are spies around you who give false information about you to the boss. It may be reason for losing job. Be careful before you talk. 

    You are right but only few will like to follow these. Most common and popular topic of talking in offices are politics and back biting.

    Except work related issues, that too in the lunch break or Tea break are welcome in the Work place.

     

     


  • Re: What talk to avoid in office

    by » 4 years ago


    Some gossip is unavoidable as you are for long hours in office. But work has first priority. Religion and politics are controversial matters and these need be avoided. 


    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
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  • Re: What talk to avoid in office

    by » 4 years ago


    we all try to avoid non-sense talk or useless talk in the office but as we enter the office we cannot stop ourselves from being trapped in the non-sense talking from our friends who are in the office.


    bhuyali saroj


  • Re: What talk to avoid in office

    by » 4 years ago


    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:

    Some gossip is unavoidable as you are for long hours in office. But work has first priority. Religion and politics are controversial matters and these need be avoided. 

    You are right sir, but it is not culture of Indian offices, specially government office to take office work at first priority. Few peoples like to talk of religion matters, but politics, it may office politics, state politics or national politics is favorate topic. 

     


  • Re: What talk to avoid in office

    by » 4 years ago


    anil wrote:
    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:

    Some gossip is unavoidable as you are for long hours in office. But work has first priority. Religion and politics are controversial matters and these need be avoided. 

    You are right sir, but it is not culture of Indian offices, specially government office to take office work at first priority. Few peoples like to talk of religion matters, but politics, it may office politics, state politics or national politics is favorate topic. 

    Talk about anything not related to work place during office hours, sabotages productivity. The organization  suffers losses. For talking about such matters, one can use  lunch and Tea breaks.

     

     


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