Thursday, July 16, 2009

Birthday Greetings for Client

Dear Rosie,

We noticed your birthday is coming up on 21 July 2009.
Warmest Birthday Wishes from all of us at Company A!

We wish you great success and happiness for the year ahead.

Have a Wonderful Day,

Monday, July 13, 2009

Cover Letter for Engineer

Dear Ma’am,

I came to know from Ruben Maylag from my previous employment. He has notified me that you have a lot of ongoing and incoming projects here in the Gulf Region. Since it is my desire to work in a field position, I would like to apply as an Asphalt Engineer. Working with the new international Asphalt system for more than a year, I am now familiar with the British Standards established by the agency.

Herewith my Curriculum Vitae for your evaluation and I am willing to come for interview at your convenience.

Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Truly yours,
Rock Solid Engineer

Resignation Letter due to Waiting Status

Dear Sir,

Since the project is now almost complete and still no news for the status of my request for reclassification from Inspector to Materials Engineer, I am forced to look for a better job that can cope up with the rising cost of living and other obligations.

With this, I regret to tender my immediate resignation as Materials Inspector for the Red Project and I am very thankful for Carsons for giving me the opportunity to work as an engineer the past few years.

Sincerely Yours,
Hardworking Employee

Disciplinary Action Letter on Habitual Tardiness

To All Concerned,

Re: Penalty for Habitual Tardiness

This administrative matter concerns the habitual tardiness of John Jay Smithers, an accountant from the Finance department.

In compliance with office policy, John Jay Smithers submitted his letter of explanation dated May 21, 2010 extending his sincerest apology for having incurred a series of tardiness in reporting for work.

The explanation offered by Mr. Smithers is that his tardiness is mainly due to his scoliosis.

The administartive board finds that Smither’s explanation does not merit consideration to justify his habitual tardiness and recommends that he be reprimanded with a warning that repetition of the same offense will warrant a severe penalty. Moral obligations, performance of household chores, traffic problems, health, domestic and financial concerns are not sufficient reasons to excuse habitual tardiness.

He is now suspended for ten days without pay. This is a stern warning to all employees that such an offense will be dealt with severely.

The Manager