Office Communication

Communication in business requires the understanding of different communication styles, and the ability to break down communication barriers.

In business communication, effective communication requires a sort of “office communication toolkit” – the kind of resource Business Management Daily provides.

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If you want to prove to your boss, co-workers and customers that you are confident and capable, don’t commit these actions that scream “I’m insecure!”
“Who’s” and “whose” are homonyms, meaning they sound the same but have different meanings. Alice Underwood, writing at Grammarly, lays out the basics to help you remember the correct form to use in different contexts.
While you should be wary of mistake-riddled résumés, you may want to overlook the occasional typo or grammar issue.
Put bluntly, it’s not just a man’s world, but our language does not necessarily reflect that.
A social media presence isn’t something you can set up and tend to only when it occurs to you. So what are you doing with yours?
Pittsburgh Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams recently found himself in a social media battle with Johan Malcolm, an employee at a Maryland pizzeria. The reason for Malcolm’s ire? Williams left a 75-cent tip on a $128.26 bill.
Words can make or break your career. You may accidently say the wrong thing sometimes, but the bigger concern is words you use every day that hurt your career.
How do you manage employees who are fresh out of college or even high school—and have never had a job before?
It’s more important than ever for today’s managers to create the strengths-focused workplace culture millennials have come to expect.
The key to transforming your team into a high-performing unit starts with these three actions.
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