Archive for March, 2013

Employee Letter of Reprimand – Turn Things Around

| March 31, 2013 | 0 Comments

This employee letter of reprimand is an example of how to confront an employee whose behavior is not up to company standards.  This is usually done after a verbal confrontation has already addressed the issue.  This is a serious step for a company to have to take.  This will give the employee specific details on […]

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Formal Letter of Complaint Example: Be as constructive and positive as you can, for best results

| March 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

To have arrived at the point where you are willing to use your precious and valuable time in writing a letter of complaint, you are probably very angry indeed about what you perceive to be very poor service.  Maybe even furious.  But keep in mind that furious doesn’t get the job done.  You need to […]

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Character Reference Letter for Court – Give the Courts a Person not just a Case Number

| March 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

If you have been asked to write a character letter for court you are in a responsible position to give a unique and positive perspective on a person’s character.  What you say can have a strong impact on the courts and can alter their opinion of the person in question.  It gives you a distinctive […]

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Comfort Letter Example for a Business

| March 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

This business letter of comfort will be an example of being both professional and yet personal when a business associate or one of their employees has experienced a personal loss that you will need to respond to.  Any personal loss is a very difficult and emotional situation.  The family or person experiencing that loss will […]

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Letter Introducing a Business – To Another Business

| March 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

This example of a letter to introduce a business will show you how to focus on a main selling point, effectively showing the benefits of your business to the customer or client.  You will focus on what a customer tends to be most interested in – the benefits to them.  By doing that you should […]

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Business Apology Letter – Be Respectful and Sincere

| March 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

This example of a business apology letter will show you how to respond to a customer complaint and be respectful and sincere toward the customer.  If you are in business you will have customer complaints – that is a given.  How you handle those complaints will determine if you retain your customer or not.  Your […]

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Example of a Letter of Appreciation: It is natural to enjoy being thanked

| March 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

A letter of appreciation lets someone know that their efforts have been noted with gratitude.  Everyone likes to know this – at both a personal level and a professional level. A letter of appreciation is a meaningful and not too difficult way to commend a person on a job well done and reward them for good work or […]

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Appointment Letter Example

| March 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

This appointment letter example will show the simplicity of this kind of letter which notifies an applicant that he/she has been selected for a particular position, office or job applied for.  There’s a certain amount of urgency to getting it to the person you’ve chosen as you may not be the only company he/she has […]

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Application Letter in English-Present Yourself as the Best Candidate

| March 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

This example of an application letter in English is for anyone whose first language is not English.  The main impressions you want to convey are your capabilities, skills, training, education and a great attitude.  Since you may be the best applicant for the job you want to come across as qualified for the job as […]

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How Do I Write An Order Letter?

| March 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

When you order anything from a business or another person you may need to write an order letter stating your intent to purchase and providing details of your order.  It is a confirmation of placing an order with intent to accept the order and pay fully for it. This example will show you how to […]

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