Grammar

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Four Reasons People Ignore Your Emails

You are being ignored. No one likes being ignored, but people are deleting your emails without even reading them. You’re writing these updates and memos and you’re attaching minutes and agendas for meetings, yet when everyone shows up, it’s quickly evident that no one read the information.  They received it, but they didn’t read it. That’s a problem---and a huge waste of time.

So, if you want your coworkers to continue to cast aside your emails without so much as a second glance, stick with these commonplace e-writing slights:

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Top 7 Grammar Websites for Administrative Professionals

Good grammar, like good health, demands vigilance. Neglect it and you’ll soon find yourself producing sloppy copy. This wasn’t so much of problem when we were in high school or college, which create a kind of artificial demand for fit language. In the professional world, it can seem like we’re on our own.

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Some Capital Advice on Grammar

Texting and social media have spawned a digital shorthand that's increasingly encroaching on the office. The proper use of capitalization seems to have become one of the primary victims of this trend in post-modern communication. Missing, misplaced or misused capitalization can make an important business document appear awkward and uninformed.

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