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'PEOPLE'S USE OF EMAIL IS OFTEN INDISCRIMINATE'

In the final instalment of our five-part age perspectives series, Sandra Thompson (aged 56-65), communications and marketing partner for West Kent Housing Association, considers the phenomenal growth in channel options in recent years – but says email is not one of her favourites. 

6th June 2018
I started working in financial services and retail banking in 1977. There was no such thing as email. Everything was done by post and phone. We had circulars, which were basically any messages of a strategic corporate nature fed down and sent out as a series of pages stapled together. It was circulated and everyone had to physically sign it to show they’d seen it, and then it was filed for...
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