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Information E-Mail or Memo: Reducing Workplace Violence In the following e-mail message, Avianca Harper intends to inform her boss, Todd Shimoyama, about a conference she attended on the topic of workplace violence. This first draft of her information memo needs work. Your Task. A nalyze Avianca,s first draft. It suffers from wordiness and lack of graphic highlighting techniques to improve readability. List its weaknesses and outline an appropriate writing plan. If your instructor directs, revise it. DATE: April 2, 200x TO: Todd Shimoyama <t shimoyama@chemco.com > FROM: Avianca Harper < aharper@chemco.com > SUBJECT: Workplace Violence Todd: I went to the OfficePro conference on May 2. The topic was how to prevent workplace violence, and I found it very fascinating. Although we have been fortunate to avoid serious incidents at our company, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Since I was the representative from our company, I thought you would like me to report about some suggestions for preventing workplace violence. Robert Mather was the presenter, and he made suggestions in three categories, which I will
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2010 for the course GEN 101 taught by Professor Sm during the Winter '10 term at University of Utah.

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