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6 BLOOPERS you must avoid in office communication

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Just be Normal.
by iota on Oct 15, 2014 04:28 PM

Don't concentrate extra hard on being stylish or being extra - right.

Hello XYZ is also OK.

All this matters only for freshers mostly.

For experience people you will be recruited on basis of:
- If manager finds something common with you like language, place etc.
- Manager thinks you will behave like proper slave.

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ashok samji
by ashok samji on Apr 28, 2012 10:23 PM

"BCC should be used when you don't want the other recipients to know that you have sent that mail to others."

fine. but be careful. better forward rather than BCC. because you made BCC to some for the very reason that you want the BCC parts to know and the other parts to not know of your "mischief" that you have made some know.. so now if one in BCC does "reply to all"
by error, all will wonder of your mischief and wait for your day to come...

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Vilas Deshpande
by Vilas Deshpande on Apr 27, 2012 12:05 PM

Simple Emails are Simplest form of Communication.

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common man
by common man on Apr 26, 2012 02:18 PM  | Hide replies

Isn't Dear Mr.David okay??

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Raghuvir Jadeja
Re: sir
by Raghuvir Jadeja on Apr 26, 2012 04:37 PM
To my mind all business communications should start with "Dear Sir" or "Dear Madame" (If you know its a lady).

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Seshadri Subbaraman
Re: sir
by Seshadri Subbaraman on Apr 26, 2012 04:53 PM
Common Man

When Mr. is used it is better to use the last name. THough using the first name is not incorrect either. It is just that in the western world they prefer Mr. with last name.

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Deepak S
Re: sir
by Deepak S on Apr 27, 2012 10:24 AM
Dear Mr David is perfectly ok sir, in fact i think people prefer to be addressed by the first name rather than the surname

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Re: sir
by Guy on Apr 28, 2012 05:42 PM
Using 'Dear' sounds a lot personal and should be avoided in business communications.

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baqar syed
Re: Re: sir
by baqar syed on Jun 27, 2012 04:45 PM
The best is to Use "Dear" with First name (somewhat personal) and "Mr." with Sir Name or Last Name. Using "Mr." and "Dear" at the same time is not appropriate.

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