In his article, Hosking’s makes the case for the importance of writing skills in the workplace; similarly, Wiens contends that he will not hire people with bad grammar. Based on the readings, are these employers “taking it too far?” In this age of technology, are good writing skills really important? How can good writers be beneficial to employers? What can colleges and universities begin doing right now to better prepare their students for workplace writing? Use examples from all three (3) articles to support your views. I have attached all three articles.
Note: If you do not believe that good writing skills are really important to employers, tell why not. Also indicate how you feel colleges and universities can better prepare their students for workplace writing. Again, use the articles to support your claims.