Over the last 20 years, the Write for Business Guide has become the go-to workplace writing resource for the U.S. Federal Government, businesses such as Amgen and Blue Cross Blue Shield, and educational institutions such as Johnson & Wales University, University of Wisconsin, and Gateway Technical College. These organizations want workers who can write effectively, avoiding the errors that plague much workplace writing.
How does the Write for Business Guide help?
The free online Write for Business Guide answers all of your business writing questions in one trusted resource, aligned with the Chicago Manual of Style. You'll find a range of supports:
- Business-writing how to's give practical strategies for planning, drafting, revising, and editing.
- Seven-traits workshops help you diagnose problems and find solutions for ideas, organization, voice, words, sentences, correctness, and design.
- Guidelines and models help you develop dozens of workplace writing forms, from social media to email to reports to résumés.
- The "Proofreader's Guide" explains the key rules of English, including punctuation, mechanics, usage, grammar, and sentences, with special support for English language learners.
Why is Write for Business an authority on writing?
The authors of the Write for Business Guide also created Write for Work as well as The College Writer, Fusion, and many undergraduate writing courses for Cengage Learning. For more than 40 years, they have produced an award-winning K-12 writing handbook series.
And they aren't just authors. They also have taught these materials at the Federal Housing Finance Agency, Deloitte and Touche, and many other organizations. They have become leading subject-matter experts on writing, communicating, and thinking in the workplace.