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11 Unspoken Rules Of Traveling With Co-Workers

Here's the main goal: Don't make it awkward. Make it a little easier for you and your co-workers and stay at Country Inns & Suites By Carlson℠, where you get all the perks of a hotel with the comforts of home.

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1. Don't be a backseat driver.

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Unless you actually want to be disliked.

2. Know when to stop trying to make conversation.


Zip it, for real.

3. Never leave your hotel room naked.


Chances are you'll get locked out, and everyone will laugh at you.

4. Go easy on the sauce.


Because do you really want to be that person?

5. Get separate rooms...

Via no one has to see what you're like at the end of the night.

6. Don't start shirking your responsibilities.


You still actually have to work.

7. Do not make out.

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8. Keep your personal issues to yourself.


Don't make it awkward.

9. Don't be a know-it-all the whole time.


"Actually we should take THIS exit and then stop at THIS restaurant because it's better. Thanks."

10. Remember that professional attire still applies.

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Again, don't make it awkward.

11. And don't talk trash about other co-workers on your trip.


They WILL find out, and they WILL throw shade and it WILL be awkward when you get back to the office.