E-mails that are sent out in an organization need to be written and sent in a manner which could easily be read and understood by the right mix of audiences that work within an organization. This means that the language used should be readable and easy to interpret. (Jackson, 2007) Any organization would dearly want to have employees who could make out from a variety of different Internet languages, which also brings to light the notion of understanding and comprehending the ‘net lingo’ – the mix of informal Internet language and the common, daily use terms like ‘hey’, ‘u’, ‘f9’ and so on.
Different persuasions come across within business communication tenets. One is based on the direct persuasive abilities while others are more sedate and passive in nature. Similarly, messages might range from a formal nature to one of an informal one. Job search mechanisms within an organization might become significant when there is a need to hire new employees. For this process, cover letters and resumes are checked upon so that aspiring candidates could be called upon and given a chance to express their strengths in the interview sessions.
A successful communication system is achieved by training and assistance for the employees within their offices and work places. Be a company in Calcutta, Brisbane or Hong Kong, it is necessary for the company owners to understand the need for a solid platform for all people within it, the ones interacting with it and all the rest to talk freely and express the ideas and share the thoughts which are so very necessary for the development of ties among different branch outlets of a company and more than that, the people within them. There is a need for a code-breaker within the business, which understands what the other person is saying and what he/she is trying to pass through his/her judgments