Assessment criteria applicable to writing business documents
Rivera Ruiz, David
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The purpose of this article was to review what literature stated and recommended about assessment criteria applicable to writing business documents. It states that the consequences of poor written communications are serious. Those consequences can include rejection, expenditures, and/or enhancement within company ladder. The need for faculties and universities to maximize students' business writing skills are highlighted . The data collected confirms that assessment of written business documents must include communicatory skills: reading and/or listening skills, and assessment of students' ability to team with others. The development of assessment criteria by the provider was also recommended.