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Dear Friend,

Have you ever thought about what the German standard midday greeting "Mahlzeit" means? I guess we are used to hearing this rather empty phrase. Strangely, though, you will hear Mahlzeit! only at work. Colleagues exchange the greeting five times a week in canteens without thinking about an alternative. I remember very vividly how I used to hate this odious phrase when I worked in an traditional German company.

You find yourself in an awkward position if you don't like the word because the only appropriate response to Mahlzeit! is Mahlzeit!

Dear Friend,

What are your expriences with German greetings and other parts of German corporate culture?

Have a good Mahlzeit! free week.
Regards
Torsten Daerr


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