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As a professional communicator (as I am now), I write in International English, and follow modern grammar rules…

As a professional communicator (as I am now), I write in International English, and follow modern grammar rules for everything I publish. Except HR announcements, as they write whatever and however they wish.
How odd that their communications are so important that they are allowed to read badly.

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