Roy, Robert H.; MacNeill, James H.
June 1970
Journal of Business Communication;Summer70, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p39
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the importance of effective written and oral English communication skills for certified public accountants (CPAs). The article discusses three rules that the authors recommend be added as required skills for accountants, which would establish a minimum threshold for written and oral communication skills for accountants. The article also states that English teachers should be more outspoken regarding students' communication abilities while the students are in English classes, to ensure they hold the necessary skills once graduated.


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