While international travel has been halted due to the global pandemic, networking and taking part in virtual meetings with colleagues overseas is still taking place, and of course continues to be a vital component to conduct business. However, there are some forms of etiquette that employees should be mindful of when carrying out these meetings with colleagues in different countries. For example, some may consider lateness an ultimate sin, which is still very noticeable during a Zoom call, while others who are hosting a dinner meeting may expect their guests to sing – yes in some countries this is a key part of business. To ensure business professionals are not falling short, travel and luggage shipping experts at My Baggage have shared some of the top business etiquette from around...
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