- A 2012 study from the Society for Human Resources and Management showed that 45% of employers planned to increase training for grammar and other language skills.
- We’ve compiled a list of the top mistakes people make when writing, whether drafting an office memo or just chatting with coworkers around the water cooler.
- Common grammar mistakes stem from confusion over usage: fewer vs. less, it’s vs. its, and then vs. than.
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You might consider grammar an annoying technicality, a minuscule detail of speech and writing not worth much effort.