Individuals with autism spectrum disorder typically experience difficulties in finding and continuing to work. To address this issue, researchers have developed various interventions for these individuals to acquire social skills in the workplace. Social niceties such as saying “excuse me” and “thank you for your time” are especially important to continue work. Interventions that combine various procedures have been shown to be effective, but studies have also pointed out the importance of resource and time efficiency. Thus, this study examined the efficacy of performance feedback alone on the acquisition of these two forms ofsocial niceties. As a result, all participants quickly acquired social niceties.