Typography

Time Saving Tips - Part 3

“Nothing is so fatiguing as the eternal hanging on of an uncompleted task.”

Eleven Things HR Won’t Tell You

With all the job hunting going on right now, I get a lot of questions about how applicants can put their best foot forward and get hired.

Two Rules for Using Exclamation Points

Exclamations are used to indicate great excitement or emphasis. In business writing, exclamation points should be used sparingly and only to add urgency, surprise, or disbelief to a statement. Business writers are expected to convey feeling or emphasis primarily through strong words and clear structures, not through punctuation. If you use exclamation points too often, the reader may become immune to their effect or may consider you unprofessional. There are two rules for using exclamation points in your writing:

10 Things Never to Say to Your Boss

In your career, you will inevitably end up saying some dumb or regrettable things to your boss. We all do it to varying degrees at one time or another.

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