If you’re currently an agency worker and you’ve been handed a government employee memo, and you don’t know what to do with it or what it says, then this article is for you. Specifically, we’re going to talk about why it’s bad to use templates (which are just lists of words) and how you can tell if the template you received is correct (also known as the grammar checker in computer terms). After reading this article, you’ll be able to decide whether or not to use a government employee memo template.
Now, first things first: why do we recommend that you not use a template? There are a lot of reasons. One of them is that they can be very ineffective. If you have to follow a certain procedure and if you have to repeat a certain process over again in order to ensure that everything is correct, then you might as well just use a typewriter.
Now, let’s talk about how effective a typewriter is. It is very easy to make mistakes when writing. For example, I forget to format my computer screen properly, so I type something wrong. This happens often because I can’t see very well (writing without glasses makes this even worse). By the way, one more great reason not to use a template: it takes forever to format everything properly.