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Using Nondiscriminatory Language in Business Communication: Scenario & Application

Instructor: Daisy Rogozinsky
In the lesson Using Nondiscriminatory Language in Business Communication, you learned about making careful word choices when communicating in business. Here, you will apply this knowledge to a hypothetical scenario, as well as your own workplace.

Scenario

You are an HR manager planning an office holiday party. You must send out a memo to your company announcing the details of the party. Write the memo, making sure to use nondiscriminatory language.

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