Grammar in the workplace has been on a slow decline for years, but it's
no longer the domain of temp-working valley girls. As the younger
generations grow older and take up positions higher and higher in the
workforce, more grammatical mistakes become apparent. Many of the older
generations worry that it is borderline illiteracy.
As competition for jobs becomes more and more cutthroat, your cover
letter becomes more central in an employer’s hiring decision process. Here are three myths that are simply outdated and lower your chances of catching a potential employer’s eye.
Emily Post, the arbiter of etiquette, once said: "Etiquette is the
science of living. It embraces everything. It is ethics. It is honor." Here, Stephanie Hunt, director of Swan Noir, LLC, talks about the various mistakes people tend to make when it comes to social etiquette.