The Wall Street Journal ran a column last week wondering whether business image is diminished by employees who use informal (or improper) grammar and style in business communications. A recent survey finds more than half of HR managers find older workers to have stronger writing, grammar, and spelling skills in English, and many companies are implementing basic skills training programs for younger workers.
When your employees send press releases, letters or emails rife with grammatical mistakes, spelling mistakes, improper usage or informal language, does this make your company look bad?
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