Monday, August 27, 2012
...not blinding the stand-ins every time you turn on a light.
...moving out of the way when someone is carrying something heavy and trying to get by you.
...opening and/or holding the door for someone who has their hands full.
...spreading the word to your fellow colleagues when something good is put out at crafty.
...not taking half the chicken wings in the serving pan before anyone else gets there.
...not using a chair as your own personal bag holder when there's no where else to sit.
...not asking the caterer a million questions when there's a long line of hungry people waiting behind you.
...not yelling into the radios. And while we're at it, it's also not hitting the "talk" button when someone else is clearly talking.
...telling someone they're laid off as soon as possible to they can start looking for work.
...calling out "flashing" when you take a picture using a flash.
...returning stingers you've borrowed instead of leaving them in a pile who-knows-where.
...not wrapping said stingers if you don't know how. Really, it's okay. It's easier for us to do it ourselves the first time than to re-do your attempts.
...helping someone push along a cart; especially if it looks like they're struggling.
...returning pens you've borrowed when you don't have the good sense to carry one of your own.
...throwing your trash away and not leaving it on the truck/carts/shelves/etc.
...checking in on the person up in the condor every once in a while to see if they need anything.
...not disappearing when a major set up is about to happen.
It's amazing how rare common courtesy is these days.