CLEVELAND–A job bank manager who received a lot of backlash over rejection emails is now giving back an award.
According to IABC (International Association of Business Communicators) Cleveland, both the board of directors and Kelly Blazek agreed that she will return the chapter’s 2013 Communicator of the Year award.
IABC Cleveland said the decision was made in the best interest of IABC, its members and its mission.
The association said, “Ms. Blazek, who is not an IABC member, agrees she will not use the Communicator of the Year designation in any way going forward, and apologizes to the members of the Cleveland chapter.
“IABC remains committed to providing professional communicators with the very best in content, community, and professional-development opportunities.“
Below is one of the responses Miss Blazek made that went viral.
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