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Memorandum - Requesting Funding for Business Writing Course at Acronym University

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MEMORANDUM

TO: JACK DANIELS, EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT FOR HUMAN RESOURCES AT SYNONYM

FROM: TRAVIS DOCK, HUMAN RESOURCES CONSULTANT AT SYNONYM

DATE: 6/7/2011

SUBJECT: REQUESTING FUNDING FOR BUSINESS WRITING COURSE AT ACRONYM UNIVERSITY

This memo is to seek a request for funding in order for a business writing class to be taken to enhance writing skills and receive a better understanding of business writing. This will increase performance and better communication as a consultant and will therefore produce and exceed desired results in the Human Resources sector of our company. The benefits that our Human Resources department will gain in such an effort will directly effect and close the gap on some of the ensuing issues that occur in our department and will improve the company's production overall by:

• Delivering clear and concise instructions in ongoing training for current employees

• Giving ongoing training to managers and how managers can better communicate with employees through various forms of communication such as verbal, e-mail and print

• Better communicate the ideal candidate for entry level, mid-level, and executive positions including pre-requisites (if required), experience (if required), moral character, operating skills, etc.

• Clearly and effectively communicate the importance of policies and procedures to both current and prospective employees

• Simplify and cut down the paperwork associated with the hiring process as well as the candidate selection

• Clearly identifying annual, quarterly, and monthly goals for the department in order to ensure satisfactory production for the company overall

Business writing has essentially become a lost art form because of the overwhelming dependability on computers and its associated technologies. Because of this, printing communications by most companies have assumed that it is of the past as well as the basics for basic writing such as punctuation, organization, tone, and structure. This has been neglected for fluff, useless information, words that can confuse an employee receiving the material, as well as jargon that is not understandable by an outside reader such as a prospective employee . This course will identify the

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