Why good grammar skills are essential to employers

December 14, 2016 / Sharnie Carter

If you have bad grammatical skills, chances are employers will discard your CV or replace you from your role. So, it is vital for you to get your grammar up to scratch. Here are 4 reasons why you need good grammar skills:

Express yourself well

Expressing yourself well is a must for employers. They look for someone that uses clear and precise communication and that can market themselves effectively. CV’s and cover letters should be free from errors, or you can wave goodbye to your desired job. Proof read check and set yourself out from the crowd!

Gain the competitive edge

Do you want to move up the career ladder? Then good writing skills will give you a distinct competitive edge. Results show that those who make few grammatical errors are more likely to achieve a promotion and achieve higher salaries.

Shows Professionalism

With relying mostly on emails for communication within the workplace, grammar could make or break an important relationship. Having good writing skills will prove your professionalism and help you get across your point and personality clearly.

Help with daily duties

Grammar mistakes on important documents can be a disaster for a business. Whether you’re in change of the content for newsletters, business reports or emails, your written communication needs to be flawless when it comes to completing your daily tasks.
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Sharnie Carter

Passionate about marketing and education. Currently studying a CIM Level 6 Diploma in Professional Marketing via distance learning. When I'm not working or studying, I'm spending time with my young son and husband or hinching!

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