Hiring Chesco: Five Email Management Tips to Help You Communicate More Effectively at Work

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Email is a big part of work and knowing how to properly manage it can help you communicate more effectively, writes Asia Johnson for Job Journey, a blog of Express Employment Professionals.

There are several ways where you can improve your email management, including formatting your emails. It is important to make sure your email includes a subject line, a proper greeting that mentions the recipient’s name, the body that contains the main message, and a signature.

The reader might not have enough time to read novel-length emails in a busy work environment, so making your emails precise and scannable is also important. This can be achieved by using bullets or paragraph indentions to break up longer content and highlighting important parts using bolding.

Always proofread your emails before sending them to ensure you avoid mistakes that make you sound unprofessional.

Also, make sure to promptly reply to emails you receive. If you need more time, notify the sender that you will respond as soon as you are able.

Finally, set out-of-office emails if you are going on vacation or you will be out of the office for a while.

Read more email management tips at Job Journey.


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