Professionalism | The most mortifying work email exchanges

The most mortifying work email exchanges

Sending emails is a core part of office life. Whether it's liaising with colleagues about work projects, conversing with clients or just generally communicating with people, employees utilise emails on a daily basis.

According to a study by The Radicati Group Inc between 2014 and 2018, the average office worker received around 90 emails per day and sent 40 business emails themselves. With employees responding to emails quicker and quicker and grappling to keep up with ‘always on’ cultures, mistakes are likely to slip in every so often. And this has created some very humiliating experiences for employees.

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