After the business communication skills were identified, a questionnaire was developed and mailed to human resource managers of the 200 largest companies (based on revenue) in the Dallas/Ft.
Human resource managers were asked to evaluate the importance of the communication competency for new business majors as: 4=Extremely Essential; 3=Essential; 2=Needed, but can be learned on the job; and l=Not Essential.
The questionnaires were mailed to the human resource managers of the 200 largest firms as measured by revenue Dallas-Ft.
In view of the recent corporate scandals, it seems appropriate for the human resource managers to focus on the importance of these factors in business communication.
Additionally, 35 percent of human resource managers reported that their 2006 budget for salary increases will be larger than 2005, while 9 percent anticipate a lower budget, and 55 percent reported no change.
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