BEST EMAIL ETIQUETTE FOR THE WORKPLACE

1. Purpose – Focus on Why You’re Emailing

2. Subject Line – Grab Your Readers Attention with a Short Description ex. Meeting Request, Time Sensitive, Response needed by

3. Body – Start with Your Top Priority. Make it Easy for the Reader to Understand What is Being Requested and When to Respond by. Keep it Short and to the Point. Ensure Grammar, Punctuation, Capitalisation, and Spelling are Correct.

4. Closing – Include Your Contact Information and any Relevant Attachments or Hyperlinks Covered in the Email, Do Not Give the Reader time-wasting tasks. A “Best Regards”, “Sincerely” or “Thank you” are Professional Ways to Close Your Email.

Great Communication Skills are Essential for Career Growth.