02 9238 6638
Reputations at work: what kind of writer are you?

Reputations at work: what kind of writer are you?

If one of your new year’s resolutions is to improve your writing skills – and why wouldn’t it be? – the first step is to think about your writing style. Do your reports tend to be an avalanche of random ideas? Do you flood your readers with too much information, or...
Capital letters: avoid these 3 common errors

Capital letters: avoid these 3 common errors

Using capital letters correctly can make the difference between your written communication appearing professional or amateurish. Misuse of capital letters may be grammatically incorrect or make your meaning unclear. Peppering your emails and reports with unnecessary...
Using apostrophes to show possession

Using apostrophes to show possession

Using apostrophes to show possession or ownership is essential in written English to clarify meaning. All possessives, except for the word ‘its’, need an apostrophe and an ‘s’  at the end. Sometimes the concept of ownership is easy to work out; at other times,...