作者：沪江英语 来源：Business Insider 2015-06-02 15:20
Never assume you're better than your co-workers just because you come from an elite school.
Don't tell your supervisor that you can't work late tonight because you have plans.
Don't leave the office before your supervisor, even if that means you spend a few hours staring at the wall or surfing the net.
Never talk about how you hate your internship or your co-workers. You never know who's listening.
Don't slack off if your boss isn't in for the day. Ask other people if they have anything for you to complete.
Don't ask a person the same question more than once.
Don't make the mistake of hitting "reply all" on a company email. There are enough viral web stories to inform you of the results of that mistake.
Don't forget to check for misspellings and punctuation in emails, even if your boss writes like a kindergartner.
Don't hit on the cute guy/girl intern in your group. This is unprofessional and at the very least, could make things awkward.
Never say that you just wanted to see what banking is like. If you do, kiss your full time offer good-bye.
Never brag about who you know or what you've done. Only discuss this when asked.
Don't open your pay check in front of your boss. They already know how much it is and they don't want to see your pathetic reaction.
Don't wear nice watches. Your co-works will assume that you're spoiled or it's a fake.
Don't forget to clip your suit vents. Otherwise everyone who rides the elevator with you will laugh behind your back.
Do not wear French collared shirts. You're not Gordon Gekko.
Never wear cuff-links. If first year analysts don't wear them, then neither should you.
Never forget to carry your company-issued Blackberry and always make sure it's charged.
Don't wear white socks and don't tell your boss that you haven't had time to do laundry.
Don't forget to iron your shirt, even if you wear a suit jacket all day.
Don't flash around expensive brands in the office. You'll just come off spoiled. That means no Hermès ties or Gucci loafers.
Never chew with your mouth open at company get-togethers — you're not in your college's cafeteria.
Never be the first person in the kitchen after the company email goes out that there's free food.
Don't try to shake hands with everyone you meet. It's just gross.
Don't bring gross bagged lunches from home. Nobody should have to smell what you just took out of the microwave, good or bad.
Don't wear any bright colors. You're not important enough to make a fashion statement.