Email is a simple, fast way to communicate. As a result, email management is an important part of many job roles.
The main difference between sending a personal email and a business email is the level of formality. That said, it is important to tailor every email you send to make sure its tone suits the intended recipient and the message content. Some emails require a more formal approach than others.
Acceptable email etiquette varies between businesses. However, some common themes can be applied across the board, for example, using an appropriate subject line and easy-to-read text formatting. Some employers have formal written guidelines for email best practices and email etiquette at work.
With so many emails sent and received each day, it can be easy to forget the correct email etiquette. But doing so can leave a poor impression on the recipient.
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