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Editing for your business: The importance of proper editing training for employees

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Thesis type
(Project) M.Pub.
Date created
2023-01-25
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Abstract
This report explores several editing training options for employees and discusses why training is necessary to help retain employees and increase satisfaction within the workplaces, and how properly edited internal or external training communications can impact the workplace. Based on a short case study at the British Columbia Institute of Technology Student Association (BCITSA), this report looks at three different editing training options for distinct employee groups. The goals are to discover what worked, what could work better, and why editing training is necessary for businesses. The aim is to provide a basis for training options that businesses could use to train employees better to understand the four main steps of the editing process and edit their own work.
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61 pages.
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etd22330
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English
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