Sloppy Writing at Work Has Dire Consequences

CareerBuilder.com

After Sue, an event planner, sent out the initial information about a national conference to all the members, vendors and speakers attending the conference, she knew she'd accomplished a job well done. Unfortunately, Sue accidentally wrote the wrong start date of the conference in her message. As a result, when all was said and done, the company had to pay upwards of $20,000 in penalties, like airline change fees. Needless to say, it wasn't a job done as well as she thought.