There are key points to help one achieve good writing, business writing in particular. The key points for good business writing are: follows the rules, is easy to read, and attracts the reader. Including three additional key points or qualities: meets the reader’s expectations, is clear and concise, and is efficient and effective. (Business Communication for Success, n.d.) The article I’ve chosen that achieves the key points for good writing is “4 Big Issues Affecting Tomorrow’s Workplace” by Nicole Fallon on the Businessnewsdaily.com website. The article is about how freelance and remote workers, “Generation Z”, social media use, and work-connected smart devices has affected or will affect the workplace over the next few years.
First, the author explained how social media affects the business. Most companies use social media for brand communications. Companies also use online platforms to promote themselves and recruit new employees. Since social media is a direct way for the company to interact with people, it will be easier to advertise products, and broadcast information related to employment. Second, the author illustrated how frequently companies use social media as a marketing tool.
The lives of people today are consumed by social media usage. Social media are websites and applications that allow users to make and share content rapidly, productively, and in real-time. Some of the social media websites that come to mind when thinking of recruiting through social media are: LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter .As claimed by the SHRM research from 2013, these social networks that are most frequently used for recruitment, are: 94%, for LinkedIn, followed by Facebook with 54%, then Twitter with 39%. Before social media became prevalent, the only reason people gained access to the internet was to check their e-mails. To communicate with others they had to go and meet with one another.
Customers feel that the business organization encompasses them as key stakeholders and their opinion matters. The participation of many companies has been triggered; large, medium-sized and small companies participation on various social media platforms. The one-on-one conversations create an image of professionalism and trustworthiness of a company. Active and responsible participation of a company in social media boosts its publicity and creates customer satisfaction. Every company objective entails quality of service and ensuring maintenance of customer loyalty in the best way
The way you interact with your superiors and fellow workers says a lot about your personality and level of education. Companies want staff who will perform well in their businesses. Additionally, they have to know how to talk to a customer without attacking them, write a professional email, talk on the phone with business associates and clients in the correct manner, and be able to solve problems with professionalism and patience. Moreover, they can more easily negotiate agreements with other businesses without being afraid of misunderstandings. In addition, business etiquette is a valuable skill for people as it helps to separate them from the majority and to achieve their dreams, as they have more chances of success with good business etiquette than others who do not own this skill.
Referring to the public relations literature and the research conducted on the field, Wright and Hinson (2009) conducted a survey of 574 public relations practitioners and the results mentioned that the public relations practitioners showed a strong interest in social media. However, the research revealed that there was a competition between a few social media websites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. Their findings were also supported by the PR Week magazine, in which a public relations official reported that organisations were more likely to use Facebook when communicating with certain stakeholders, as compared to other social media sites. Jim Macnamara (2010) through his research mentions that analysis of the perceptions and reported
If there is good communication the business should run smoothly and any issues can be resolved. Some people respond better to verbal communication when they can hear the message (and being able to read the body language) being put them while others will be more comfortable in seeing the message wrote down as they can understand it better. For example a business owner might have an employee meeting where they can get the message across verbally and might follow up the meeting with a memo by e-mail. Benefits: When a company has good communication and are working together to communicate the same message to employees / suppliers and customers this will help to create a lean and successful business and make it a win - win for all parties
Abstract In the world of digital, Social media is an effervescent construct, ripe with conversations. It has become the medium for all to connect and socialise, sharing monuments and melodies of their daily lives. It is these conversations that companies want to be intertwined in. Social media allows companies to open a line of communication with its customers, that wasn’t present with traditional media, providing a deeper level of communication and interaction. More and more corporations are taking advantage of the many social media outlets available.
Social media has massively changed the way people interact and carry on with their everyday lives with internet turning into a need in every home or office, majority of people who are online spend most of their time on social media sites. Imagine the global conversation that has created in the course over the past few years because of tools like Facebook, Line, Youtube, Instagram, Twitter, Linkedin might have been unimaginable for many people toward the start of this decade but social media communication tools have significantly changed our lives and how we communicate with each other and the world around us to connect with people remotely at their convenience. Nowaday, social media have become a key part of our culture. Social media or smartphone devices is like extensions of our bodies, the 33 parts of the body. The picture below shows that how
Name : mehak fayyaz I.D : 12003077020 EFFECT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON YOUTH INTRODUCTION Social media is the majority new access of media and using different source of structures and appearances. It contain many services on a single chain like as communicating ,messaging, pictures sharing , audio communication and video messages fast publish connecting with worldwide. It is also the low price and speedy contact in the earth so it contains importance and more value among all ages of people. Its utilization is increasing rapidly. Greater part of youth is moving quickly from electronic media like TV audience and radio lovers to the social communication by social media off all ages.