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The loud phone voice is one of the most frustrating problems that cubicle dwellers face. The reason is simple: The perpetrator has no idea he's disturbing others. In your case, you mention that the problem is “occasional.” Before you talk to anyone, ask yourself if this is really a point worth raising. If the problem truly is occasional, it may be better to leave it alone rather than make an issue out of it. If you decide to talk to your co-workers, ask to speak to each of them in private, where you can explain the issue calmly without putting anyone on the spot: “John, I have an issue that is affecting my work, and if the shoe were on the other foot, I know I hope you would talk to me. It’s about your phone voice…”
Source: Post, Peter, "Etiquette at Work," Boston GlobeFor information on Emily Post Business Etiquette Programs contact Steven Puettner, Director of Sales, at Steven@emilypost.com or 802-860-1814.