3 Rules for Writing Important Work Emails

by Derek Loosvelt | April 16, 2019
Re-posted from VAULT

All work emails are not created equally. Some you dash off in all lower case w/o a care if you abbreviate words or mistakenly include “their” for “there” or “it’s” for “its.” While others you need to take your time to write, capitalizing the first letter of each sentence, using paragraph breaks, including proper punctuation, ensuring your spelling and grammar are impeccable, and striking the perfect tone.

As for these latter emails, [READ MORE for] essential rules for crafting high-quality important work emails.

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