My teacher said it's wrong .I don't undersand .Give me your oppinions about that .please correct it.
There is a team of highly skilled labor, talent. Improving labor productivity and employee creativity. Human Resources Management is an important asset to any business .
Your teacher is correct, James. I'll take each sentence individually.
There is a team of highly skilled labor, talent.
You should replace the comma with 'and'.
Improving labor productivity and employee creativity.
This is a dependent clause and isn't a complete thought. You need to add an independent clause to correct this.
Human Resources Management is an important asset to any business .
This sentence is grammatically correct but Human Resources Management should not be capitalized. It would only be capitalized if it were the proper title in a business environment. Since you are speaking of any business, it defies imagination to think all businesses would use the same name for their HR departments.
|link comment||answered Apr 06 '13 at 01:49 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow|
An additional note about the last sentence:
Management, per se, is not an asset. Good management can be an intangible asset. Bad management can be a liability. You might instead say that effective HR management is an important component of a successful business.
Also, you have a repeated punctuation error in three of the four sentences in your subject line. A sentence ends with either a period, a question mark, or an explanation point. There is no space between the last word of the sentence and the punctuation.
|link comment||edited Apr 06 '13 at 04:01 Patty T Grammarly Fellow|
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