Employers today complain that college graduates are not sufficiently prepared, in terms of their writing skills/business communication for work in the business environment. Looks at the inadequacies of courses, examining both the traditional and non‐traditional approaches to teaching business writing. Concludes with a number of suggestions for improving the preparation of students for the corporate workplace, for example “situational” writing tasks; collaborate assignments; real‐world job titles; integrated assignments; grammar and punctuation; and writing under pressure of time.
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