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Sample Letter Of Intent For Senior Project Manager Letter

by emily on March 21, 2012

January 15, 2012

Personnel Head

Nice Buy Inc.

 

3455 Westeria Lane

 

West Dakota, IL

Sub: Application for a suitable position in your company

Dear Sir/Madam,

This letter is in reference to the vacancy in your company. I was informed by a friend who works in your company about the Senior Project Manager vacancy.

I have completed my Masters in Business Administration with Sales and Marketing as specialization from the esteemed Boston University.

Please review my document to understand my previous experiences.

I hope to meet you personally and discuss the contributions that I can make in your company. I have attached a copy of my Curricula Vitae and will provide you with all due references on request

I look forward to meeting you in person and talking about the employment opportunity at length.

Yours faithfully,

David Brown

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Sample Letter to Neighbors Soliciting Help For Common Problem Letter

by emily on March 16, 2012

From:
[Your Name, & Address here]

 

To:

[Recipient Name & address here]

[Date here]

Dear [name],

 

As you must be aware of the problem our residential community is currently facing, – [state problem here]. –

– [Describe problem in brief here] – I think that all of us should come together to have a discussion about this issue and what we can do to solve it. I am planning to hold a meeting of the residents of this society at [Location here] on [date & time] to sit together and find a solution to this problem.

I believe that if we all join our hands together for the betterment of our community, we will definitely come up with a great answer to end this problem.

I hope you all attend the meeting.

 

Regards,

[Your name]

Encl: [Enclosures List here]

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Sample Agreement to Mediate Letter

by emily on March 3, 2012

From:
[Your Name, & Address here]

 

To:

[Recipient Name & address here]

[Date here]

Dear [name],

Agreement for Mediation-

Case Name […]

We, the undersigned, are in agreement to use the mediation services of [mediator company/individual name] to help execute a settlement for the dispute. We fully accept these terms and conditions –

1. The parties agree to appoint [mediator company/individual name] to perform as an arbitrator regarding this matter, and choose to mediate the civil dispute under the conditions of ‘Evidence Code Section’ – [put in relevant section number(s) for your authority].  The negotiator shall perform as a supporter to resolve out the matter, and shall use their best efforts to help the parties reach come to an equally acceptable agreement. The negotiator will act unfavorably toward the parties.

2. Arbitration is a voluntary procedure to execute a settlement. In this background, arbitrators perform as neutral third parties wholly, and don’t stand for any party or otherwise practice law. They shall not give any legal advice. Similarly, an arbitrator is not a judge, nor does he have the authority to strength a settlement on a party. The participants are free to seek advice from their own attorney for their legal rights and responsibilities.

3. All declarations made during this procedure are unacceptable for any purpose in any proceedings. The parties will not ask the arbitrator to be a witness or produce records, reports, remarks, or other documents in possession with the arbitrator during the course of the mediation process.

4. In addition, the arbitrator may have a meeting with any participant in private. In such a meeting, any information shared is confidential, and will not be revealed by the mediator unless the participant gives approval.

 

5. The arbitrator’s fee shall be $[fee] per hour, plus a $[admin fee] per party. Unless otherwise agreed, the parties shall divide the fee on an equal basis; however, payment should be made as a joint liability of the participants. Any extra unpaid fees and operating expenses shall be paid within one month of receiving the bills. A cancellation request for mediation with an advance notice less than ten days will result in a cancellation fee of $[fee amount], to be paid by the cancelling participant.

6. This agreement includes all legal provisions in the mediation process.

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Party Date Counsel Date

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Regards,
[Your name]

Encl: [Enclosures List here]

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Sample Terminating Employee Due To Redundancy Letter

by emily on March 1, 2012

Terminating Employee Due To Redundancy –

[Name, Company Name & Address here]

[Date]

 

Dear [name],

 

We are sorry to inform you that the management has decided to terminate your services with effect from [date].As you know that the ‘Vice President –Sales’ of this company, Mr. [name] has left his job one month ago, so now there is no sense in employing you as his personal secretary. And, unfortunately, there are no other available positions in our organization to offer you.Mr. [name], head of employee welfare committee, [Company name]; will be meeting you within the next seven days. He will explain to you the available options for your life insurance.If you remember, an employment record form was filled for you that included your holiday pay.  In case you have any other questions related to the employee health plans, you may please contact Mr. [name].Please inform me of your availability for an exit interview. Also, please make sure you hand over the company belongings within this week. Your dues will be paid to you on your last working day.Wish you all the best for your future endeavors.

 

Sincerely,

 

[Your name & Designation]

Encl: [Enclosures List here]

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Sample Warning 1 Bad Performance Letter

by emily on March 1, 2012

Warning #1: Bad Performance

To          –      [Individual/Group Name]

From      –      [Sender Name]

Date       –      […..]

 

Subject   –      [Nature of Bad Behavior]

 

[Employee name], you are a valued employee of our organization. We know that you work sincerely and dedicatedly.

However, since the past [duration], you have not been able to meet our expectations.

As we discussed in our last meeting that – [State goals set] –

For instance -   We decided to specially target the customers of [age group] for our new [product/service]. We provided you with everything that you asked for, but you were not successful in delivering positive results to us.

You did not achieve the set goals, and it is affecting our business directly.

I know that you are a well experienced person, and have great abilities to undertake new projects & generate revenues for our company.

Please note that I am still willing to help you with the problems you are facing to achieve your targets. I want you to come to my office and meet me personally this [date] at [time].

We will discuss your problems and will think of new plans and strategies for our project.

 

See you on [date].

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Sample Thank Employee for Suggestion Letter

by emily on March 1, 2012

Thank Employee for Suggestion

To          –      [Individual/Group Name]

From      –      [Sender Name]

Date       –      […..]

 

Subject   –      Thanks for your suggestion – [state suggestion subject]

 

We received your letter on [date], suggesting [suggestion received by the employee].

For instance

I really liked that you made me aware of the concerns of the entire staff of this organization.

I value your thoughts and concerns for the interests of this Company. Your letter helped me understand what is going on in the organization.

I will definitely hold a meeting to discuss the issue of our Company merger and address the concerns of the employees. I will soon notify you of the meeting date & time

I hope to receive intelligent suggestions from you like this in the future too.

 

Thanks again.

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Sample Terminating Employee Due To Downsizing Letter

by emily on March 1, 2012

Terminating Employee Due To Downsizing

 

[Name, Company Name & Address here]

[Date]

 

Dear [name],

As you know what was discussed in the last meeting – the fast competition from our rivals has left very limited scope for our business to grow. They are now way ahead from us, and we are just not able to compete with them.

 

Now, we are trying to lessen the overheads & reduce the headcount in our organization because of this problem.

We are sorry to inform you that we are terminating your employment with us, effective from [date].

Your dues will be cleared on [date]. We will issue you experience certificate & reference letter.

Wish you the best for your future endeavors.

 

Sincerely,

 

[Your name & Designation]

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Sample Submitting a Suggestion Letter

by emily on February 29, 2012

Submitting a Suggestion

To          –      [Individual/Group Name]

From      –      [Sender Name]

Date       –      […..]

 

Subject   –      [State Your Suggestion in Brief]

 

I am writing to you regarding an important issue that may be of high interest to you.

–          [State issue/problem you want to talk about] –

 

For instance

As you know that our Company is about to enter into a merger with [other Company name] in the next month. I am highly concerned about this merger, and so are other employees of our organization.

The staff is talking many different kinds of strange things related to this merger, they have their own worries and some are spreading demeaning rumors about our organization. All this stuff is creating a highly negative atmosphere for our company.

Actually, I can see a rift between the employees and management, it seems to be growing fast and it might create a big problem sooner or later.

I believe that it would be right for the management to hold a face-to-face meeting about this issue where questions can be put out directly to be answered.

Many employees are concerned that if this merger does not bring successful results as expected, then what will be their future in this Company.

So, I request you to please call a staff meeting where we can solve our worries.

I think that my suggestion is important and in the interest of our organization.

I hope that you will give your consideration to my suggestion. I will be delighted to meet you regarding this issue, if you require additional information.

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Sample Sexual Harassment Policy Letter

by emily on February 29, 2012

Sexual Harassment Policy

 

THE COMPANY’S ASSURANCE:

The Company is dedicated to provide a work environment that ensures that each & every employee is treated with respect and dignity, and afforded equitable conduct.

The Company is commits to encourage a professional work atmosphere that is helpful for the professional growth of its staff, promotes equality of opportunity.

The Company will not bear any kind of harassment and, will take all required steps to make sure that employees are not subject to harassment.

The law assures employees the right to employment in a place of work that is free from harassment and prejudice.

THE RANGE OF THE WORKPLACE:

This policy applies to all the employees who work for The Company that includes management, managerial employees, office staff and part-time staff. The Company will not tolerate sexual harassment whether it is by fellow employees, administrators, clients or contractors.

The workplace includes:

1.       all offices or other premises where business of The Company’s is conducted;

2.       all company-related activities performed at any other location away from The Company’s premises;

3.       any social, business or other functions where the behavior or remarks may have an affect on the place of work or workplace relations.

SEXUAL HARASSMENT DEFINED:

‘Sexual Harassment’ may refer to one or a sequence of incidents that involve unsolicited and unwanted sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other oral or physical manner of a sexual nature.

Sexual harassment at the workplace includes:

–          unwanted sexual advances (verbal, written or physical);

–          requests or demands for sexual favors;

–          any other form of sexually oriented conduct;

–          oral abuse or “jesting” that is sex oriented;

When:

–          the behavior has the reason or the effect to interfere with the performance of an individual or creating an frightening, unreceptive, or unpleasant work environment; and/or

–          surrender to such behavior is either an open or understood term or, condition of employment; and/or

–          submission to or rejection of the behavior is used as a base for making employment decisions.

RESPONSIBILITIES REGARDING SEXUAL HARASSMENT:

All staff members have a personal accountability to make sure that their conduct is not different to this policy.

All staff members are expectant to strengthen the continuation of a work environment free from sexual harassment.

The Managerial members are responsible for:

–          discouraging and stopping employment-related sexual harassment;

–          examining every official written complaint of sexual harassment;

–          taking proper corrective measures to react to any substantiated allegations of sexual harassment in the Company;

–          ensuring that all staff of The Company is aware of the sexual harassment problem and their responsibilities with respect to stopping sexual harassment.

WHAT TO DO WHEN HARASSMENT OCCURS:

The Company is committed to provide a helpful work environment to resolve sexual harassment worries.

Informal Resolution Options -

1.       When an incident of sexual harassment occurs, speak your condemnation and protest right away to the harasser and ask the harasser to stop.

2.       If the harassment continues or, if you are not able to deal with the harasser directly, bring your distress to the attention of the Office Manager.  The Company will take the necessary actions to investigate & resolve the matter.

Complaints -

1.       Any staff of The Company with a harassment concern, not happy with the resolution options may bring an official complaint to any of the senior managers. All such complaints will be investigated promptly.

2.       After investigating the matter, if it is confirmed that a harassment allegation is valid, suitable remedial actions will be taken.

3.       Corrective action may include any of the following:

Formal admission of guilt;

Counseling;

Written warning in the employee’s file;

Work assignment change;

Suspension or discharge of an employee

In addition to the authorization that may be imposed on an employee by The Company as a part of complaint resolution, staff of The Company, engaged in harassment may expose themselves to compensation in the event of a winning lawsuit or human rights case.

CONFIDENTIALITY:

The Company understands that it is not easy to come forward with a sexual harassment complaint and recognizes the complainant’s interest by keeping the subject confidential.

To guard the interests of the accuser, the person complained against and any others reporting incidents of sexual harassment, privacy will be maintained throughout any investigatory procedure to the level feasible and suitable under the situation.

All records of complaints that include the meetings discussions, dialogues, investigations results, and other related material will be kept private by The Company, except for where revelation is required from disciplining or other remedial processes.

NO REPRISAL:

The Company is committed to ensure that no staff member who brings forward a harassment complaint is subject to any kind of reprisal.  Any retaliation action will be viewed as a disciplinable matter.

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Sample Request for Second Interview Letter

by emily on February 28, 2012

Request for Second Interview

[Name, Company Name & Address here]

[Date]

 

Dear [name],

 

It was a nice meeting you on [date] regarding the interview for the [post title] post in our Company.

We would like to tell you that we are impressed with your qualifications & experience. You have all prerequisite for this position.

So, we have scheduled a second interview in order to have another round of discussion with you.

Please call us at [no. here] as soon as possible to arrange another interview.

Look forward to meet with you again.

 

Sincerely,

[Your name & Designation]

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