Communication in the business and institutional world is frequently criticized for being unclear and even insensitive at times. The c-level executive uses an ever changing and growing collection of acronyms, the IT department speaks in its own cryptic tech lingo, and then there’s HR, which is often accused of picking the wrong words for just about everything, Meanwhile, the facilities department is so busy translating and interpreting messages that it sometimes barely speaks at all out of sheer frustration over the situation
So how can facility managers find just the right thing to say without ticking anyone off? This little cheat sheet from one HR department with a good sense of humor should come in handy…
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