Communication | The most IRRITATING email lingo revealed

The most IRRITATING email lingo revealed

It is likely that every employee will adopt certain traits when it comes to writing an email. Whether it’s peppering emails with exclamation marks, CC-ing irrelevant parties into a chain when they don’t need to be there or using emojis to illustrate expression, every person will have an email style that they resort to.

But this doesn’t mean that those traits aren’t annoying for those on the receiving end. New research from Perkbox Insights delved into the most irritating email habits around, from intimate language to poor punctuation.

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