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How to write a Thank You Letter

by emily on August 11, 2012

There are various occasions to send thank you letters. Thank you letters are sent to someone for participating in an event, for selecting for job or simply to thank your family or friends for inviting you to a function. Basically the letters can be categorized in two categories: formal and personal notes. The following points can help ensure that you send out the message correctly:

  • Incase of formal thank you letters make sure to be brief and straight to the point. The aim should be to continue the relationship and strengthen the bond. Clarity and simplicity will help your client retain you in their memory.
  • It is best to send the formal letter on the company letterhead for the above mentioned reason. You want to maintain a good bond with your client.
  • Mention small details while appreciating the event. This will give a personalized touch to the letter and indicate that you were a keen participant and not just doing your duty by attending it.

Informal thanks letter will come naturally. The best way to ensure that it gives out the right message is to write it the very next day when the events are still fresh in your mind.

 How to write a Thank You Letter

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How to Write a Farewell Letter

by emily on August 10, 2012

The Farewell letters are written when someone is leaving the other; either a group of people or individuals. It is therefore considered polite to write a goodbye letter.

Some points to remember while writing a good farewell letter are as follows:

Firstly, the tone of letter should be friendly. The letter should have a personalized touch to it. One can use the same tone and form of language as they were used to, just like conversing with them.

Next, the letter should confirm the actual departure of either the individual writing or the recipient leaving. Detailed explanations may be left out according to the circumstances of the forthcoming departure.

Lastly, the letter should express gratitude of having known or spent time with the recipient. The sender should recall on memories shared. Also give or ask details for future communication. And request to keep in touch.

How to Write a Farewell Letter

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Negative Response to Job Candidate Interview

by emily on August 4, 2012

Dear [Applicant Name],

 

This is to inform you that we have received your application for the position of [job position details] in our company. Thank you for your interest shown in our [name of company) We regret to notify you that currently there are no openings in our firm. However, we will retain your application in our files for future openings for the position. Thank you for your interest shown in working for our company.

Negative Response to Job Candidate Interview

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Negative Response to Job Application

by emily on August 4, 2012

Dear [Applicant Name],

 

This is to inform you that we have received your application for the position of [job position details] in our company. Thank you for your interest shown in our [name of company) We regret to notify you that currently there are no openings in our firm. However, we will retain your application in our files for future openings for the position.Thank you for your interest shown in working for our company.

 

Regards,

[Sender’s name]

 Negative Response to Job Application

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Invitation to Attend Lecture No RSVP

by emily on August 3, 2012

Invitation to Attend Lecture (No RSVP)

We would like to cordially invite you to attend the following Lecture Sponsored by [NAME OF SPONSOR]:

Date:               [DATE OF LECTURE]

Speaker:         [NAME OF SPEAKER]

Topic:              [TOPIC OF LECTURE]

Location:        [ADDRESS OF LECTURE]

Time:              [TIME OF LECTURE]

Refreshments will be served at the time of lecture.

Invitation to Attend Lecture No RSVP

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New Fictitious Name Certificate Due to Change Partnership

by emily on July 19, 2012

New Certificate of Transaction of Business Under Fictitious Name (Due to Change)

 

Certificate

 

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:

 

That the undersigned do hereby certify the below mentioned:

 

1. The undersigned are the partners of a ……….. (general or limited) partnership that is transacting business in the State of …………….. under the fabricated name of ………………………………..

 

2. The principal place of said firm is located at ………………………………….

 

3. The full names and places of residence of the undersigned are as follows:

……………………, whose place of residence is …………………………………….. ……………………, whose place of residence is ……………………………………..

 

This certificate is fulfilled to reflect a change of (membership or fictitious name).

 

Dated: …………… /S/……………………

……………………

(Acknowledgment)

New Fictitious Name Certificate Due to Change Partnership

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Negative Response to Job Application No Openings

by emily on July 19, 2012

Dear

 

This is in the reference to your job application. Thank you for sending your recent application for employment with (name of the organization)

We regret to inform you that presently there are no openings in our firm at this time. While we know this is disappointing news, we would like to retain your application in our files for future openings. We assure you we will definitely consider you whenever we have openings in our company.

Thank you for showing your interest in working for our organization.

Negative Response to Job Application No Openings

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Monthly Partial Payment to Creditor

by emily on July 18, 2012

To our friends all over the world, (name of the company) extends to you and your loved ones our best wishes for a

Vrolijke Kersttmis Sarbatori Felicite

Joyeux Noel Tin Hao Nian

Froeliche Weihnachten Felice Natale

Kinga Shinnen Glad Julen

Ichok Yilara Boas Festas

Chrustovjna Wesloych Swiat

Glaedelig Jul Veselele Vanoche

Felice Pascuas Sretan Bozic

Boldog Karacsonyi Unnepeket

Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year!

Monthly Partial Payment to Creditor

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Letter of Encouragement to Sales Staff

by emily on July 18, 2012

TO: Sales Department

FROM: H.C.C.

 

Dear ( Name of Company ) Family Member:

There are two sides to the story, two sides of a coin, and two ways to face the day.

There are always the prophets of doom and the cynics who will be happy to lead their followers through long periods of drought and famine.

When an unfortunate individual starts blaming his own failures on others, and on conditions over which he has no control, he can usually forget about achieving his goals.

There are good times and bad times, but at all times there are sales that are made and sales that are lost.

You have all proven that you are not only capable, but excel as salesmen. I am proud of the accomplishments of our sales force and know that nothing can hold back the motivated individual who has an excellent product to sell.

In the months to come, I feel confident that you will persevere in a manner that will result in an increase in sales and commissions to each and every one of you that will far exceed our projections.

The outlook for the coming year is brighter than it has been for some time. With a positive, assertive attitude, nothing can stop us!

Letter of Encouragement to Sales Staff

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Letter of Authorization to Negotiate

by emily on July 17, 2012

TO: ………………….

 

This letter will authorize you to negotiate, discuss and in any other way communicate with ……………in those areas relative to…………………………………………

 

This letter will further authorize ………..to act in all matters on behalf of ………………………………..

 

The intent of this authorization is not to be construed to limit, in any way, the power of …………..to act in our behalf, enter into agreements, or contract ……………………………………………..in both financial and sales department.

 

Therefore, by the existence of this instrument we hereby authorize …………….to accept or reject agreements, to enter into contracts binding  upon …………………, and to act in whatever way necessary so as to accomplish that which is being undertaken which may occasion the necessity of this letter.

………………………….

 

Date………………………

Letter of Authorization to Negotiate

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