How to Write for the World of Work
Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1994 - Business writing - 559 pages
How to Write for the World of Work incorporates up-to-date research and communication practices and many other developments in the work place. The long anticipated revision reflects the increased diversification and professionalism of the workforce, the globalization of the workplace, and the expansion of computers and electronic media that have influenced all aspects of communication.
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