Communication At Work

Communication At Work
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Introduction
Good communications are essential in any business - and there are many different kinds of communication. There's one-way and two-way, formal and informal, open and closed communication. Emails and the…
Case Study
How does a business communicate bad news to its workforce? Stephen Maynard, boss of Blakeway, has decided to close a factory and move production abroad. Many jobs will be lost,…
Extra: Communication: More Voices
People at the sharp end talk about communication problems in the workplace.

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