I work in a big multinational company. There are too many testers in my company whose test cases (i.e. test steps) are unclear & are riddled with grammatical errors. Many of these testers are unfamiliar with basic concepts such as pre-conditions and post-conditions.
When I have to run their test cases, I have to spend extra time in trying to understand the intent of the test and then fix the test.
How can we ensure that testers mend their ways and produce good quality tests ? Is it okay to bring this to the attention of management ?
PS - I can understand many accents and broken English pretty well, but many of the errors i see in tests are too hard to comprehend, especially when there is a deadline.