Are Emojis UNprofessional?

A survey dated 4 years ago indicated that using emojis at work made people seem “less competent,” but most young professionals gave emojis a 👍 . Then came 2020 and WFH, and now using emojis is a norm in our daily communication at work.

One of the many things that changed due to COVID is how we work, and it’s more than just the setting. The line between our personal and professional lives has never been so blurry.

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CEO | Founder of The Human Way | Bestselling Author | New book #UNprofessional out 9/21 | Host of the UNprofessional podcast | As seen in Forbes, Fortune, WSJ

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Hilary Corna

Hilary Corna

CEO | Founder of The Human Way | Bestselling Author | New book #UNprofessional out 9/21 | Host of the UNprofessional podcast | As seen in Forbes, Fortune, WSJ

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