Do you need to know how to write a formal email? If you’re used to writing casual emails to friends and family, you may not know how to write a formal email properly.
You may think you know how to email a resume to a potential employer. But consider this, if the email with your resume is constantly filtered out or ignored, your chances of being considered for the job are gone.
Subscribing to that email list seemed like a good idea at the time. Email subscriptions often give you access to coupons and other deals you wouldn’t otherwise know about. Plus, you may also receive a helpful newsletter with tips and useful information.
A recommendation letter (or a reference letter) is written by a manager (or coworker) to highlight an employee’s skills and achievements during the time they worked together. It also contains information about the employee’s attitude at work to give a potential employer a glimpse of what it’s like to work with them.
Starting your first day at a new job feels like high school all over again. All eyes are on you while you’re paraded around the office learning people’s names and important locations like the break room. It feels like people are sizing you up based on your choice of clothes, but you smile and try to act confident anyway.
Writing effective emails can be a challenge. You’ve written an important message that you know your audience could use. But they seem to ignore your emails. It may be time to step up your game.
Creating an email marketing plan can be challenging for small business owners. They often don’t have the time to plan for much more than announcements and promos.
Let’s say you’re attending an event for work.
So far in this series on HR for small business, we’ve looked at important human resources topics like hiring, training, and communication.
In the business world, communication is a common problem. In a survey by training company Fierce Inc., 86% of respondents blamed lack of collaboration or ineffective communication for workplace failures.
Has this ever happened to you?