According to Friedman and Currall's 2003 Dispute-Exacerbating Model of Email
According to Friedman and Currall's 2003 dispute-exacerbating model of email (DEME),to
Minimize tone problems,we should
A) avoid short email messages.
B) use lengthy paragraphs.
C) include titles and bullets to simplify.
D) not remind readers of contact or groups held in common.
In writing thank-you letters,you should
A) keep the tone friendly, even "chummy."
B) not worry about length, but instead include many details.
C) not mention anything out of the ordinary that occurred.
D) be sure to mention your interest and enthusiasm for the position.
In writing a follow-up letter,you should
A) express your disappointment but thank the person for interviewing you.
B) not include a revised resume.
C) make a copy of any relevant articles you have read that relate to a problem area.
D) end by asking for another interview before the hr director makes up his/her mind.
Once an interviewer picks up your resume,you have
A) 5 minutes to grab their attention.
B) less than 10 seconds to grab their attention.
C) 45 seconds to a minute to grab their attention.
D) 30 seconds to grab their attention.