Entry by Valerie Petrey, Public Relations & Event Planning Intern, Purdue Liberal Arts Career Development
All of my weeks tend to have a topic that consistently comes up in classes and at my internship. This week the trending topic is email and texting.
Our generation would much rather send an email or text than talk on the phone, and that’s okay for most people because time is precious and it’s nice to read something at one’s leisure. However, where do you draw the line?
Is it acceptable to text your boss and tell him or her you aren’t coming to work? What about emailing a future prospective employer and addressing him or her with a “Hey what’s up?” Should you secretly blind copy (BCC) a person on an email, or copy someone who hasn’t been on that particular email string? The ethics behind email and texting …