Heads Up! Employees and Partners with Poor Grammar Skills are Bad for Business
I bet you and your HR department pay little attention to whether employees and new hires, especially those in positions requiring written communication, have a basic competence in grammar. And you’re probably among the majority of businesses that don’t test employees for grammar skills. Worse, you probably let them write for you without giving it a second thought. In fact, if you’re like most people, it’s never occurred to you that bad grammar is bad for the bottom line.
You may think it’s no big deal for business communication to have errors here and there. You’re not alone. After all, who really cares about getting words like “there,” “their” and “they’re” exactly right when everyone gets the point. Today, bad grammar is rampant Continue reading Is Bad Grammar Hurting Your Business?