"Etiquette standards and expectations vary depending on the industry or company you work for and the person with whom you’re corresponding, Weisman says. But as a general rule of thumb, you’ll always want to be as professional as possible."
Mines the importance of format and content for professional emails, including consideration of audience, message, and writer.
Notes that email is the most used resource in professional communication, but many do not write emails effectively resulting in failure of communication - misleading, confusing, perpetuating error, etc.
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- Source is Forbes.
- How often do you use email in an average day?