Archive for category: HR & Job E-mails

  • How to Respond to a Disloyal Employee via Email

    Introduction Your organization is researching on a particular subject and this has been coded for years. A competitive company has been trying to find out the result of what your organization has been working on before it is published and then you heard one of your trusted and valued employee who is married is having an affair with one of

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  • How to Report a Missing Vital Item in Your Care via Email

    Introduction I once lost a particular vital item at work. It was a very expensive digital audio recorder, treasured by many colleagues, valued by the boss. Where I left it, I could not recall. I ended up spending a whole month regretting and blaming myself for being so negligent. Then another month passed by while I made plans to tell

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  • How to Write Emails for Informing the Boss that an Appointment is Fixed (With Samples)

    The boss! Your boss, that is what he is. This means he probably has little time to keep all his appointments in mind. He has several bigger responsibilities that he has to deal with. Or so it seems, or you are made to believe. Either way, that is one of the reasons you are employed: TO INFORM HIM OR HER

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  • Communicating the Issue of a Hostile Environment to Your Boss via Email

    Introduction An agreeable environment at the workplace does not necessarily mean one that the management is mindful of the employees alone. It also greatly includes one that co-workers have mutual respect for one another and the management encourages this through certain measures put in place. Every organization should have written and/or unwritten rules when it comes to managing conflicts among

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  • How to Reply An Interview Email Confirming Time Schedule (With Templates)

    You have been given the opportunity to express your worthiness of the vacant post you applied for. You are thrilled! This is fine. And while you are thinking of all that you need for the interview, you realized you need to confirm the time for the interview. This is as well normal, but you need to be careful because whether you

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  • 7 Job Application Received Email Templates for Managers

    It is a good and an encouraging feedback to get responses to job vacancies in your company. It shows people are aware of what your company stands for and the values you promote. It is, therefore, right to reciprocate this sense of relevance by responding to and acknowledging the job applications. Tips to Construct Good Responses to Job Applications The

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  • Using Email to Reply a Colleague Who Has Accused You Falsely

    Introduction Handling accusation via good communication skills is vital. How effective you are able to manage the spread of accusation against you shows maturity and tells a lot about your personality. When accused wrongly, the usual first line of action is to be defensive; but this defeats the purpose of communication. When we are defensive, messages we intend to pass

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  • How to File a Sexual Harassment Complaint via Email

    Sexual harassment can be encountered anywhere, including a professional environment where there are strict rules and etiquette guiding human interactions. The first step to take when you face sexual harassment from a colleague at work is to file a complaint. This you can do via email because of the advantage of documentation. The complaint is on record in case of

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  • How to Protest an Unfavorable Transfer Via Email

    Perhaps, one of the most professional ways to protest an unfavorable transfer is via email. It is ideal to let your boss know first through writing how this transfer would affect you before you meet him one-on-one. Putting this first into writing could pass across the message that you take your work seriously and you are professional about it. Writing

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  • How to Ask Your Boss for a Raise via Email

    Everyone needs a raise, it helps boost our morale when our work is being noticed and appreciated. However, if the raise does not come when expected, one may begin to wonder why the delay and strategize the next step to take. Asking your boss for a raise should be well timed and planned. The means and how you would express

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  • How to Politely Turn Down a Job Offer via Email

    When you shut the doors yourself, there is no need to slam Kristina Carlson, in Mr. Darwin’s Gardener When turning down a job offer, you need to be tactical in your approach. Luckily, email gives you an opportunity to carefully think through your message before sending it. Tips for Turning Down a Job offer by Email This is required in

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  • How to Respond to a Letter of Demotion via Email

    It is very normal for humans to judge their value or worth according to their responsibilities. We view ourselves as valuable to people and an organization based on the worth of what we contribute or the responsibilities we carry. This is why it is often a huge blow on our self-esteem when we feel stripped of our responsibilities through demotion.

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  • How to Communicate Delay in Salary Payment to Employees via Email

    Electronic media might be a good avenue to communicate personally to each employee about a delay in the payment of their salaries. This is because each person is reached and also the tension and apprehension that comes from physical communication experience is avoided. Communicating the reason for a delay in salary to employees is crucial as it helps to clear

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  • How to Communicate That an Email has an Attachment(s)

    What we write and how we go about communicating it is determined by who we are relating with. This is why when an email is sent and a file is attached to the message, the manner we communicate this differs and is determined by our relationship with the person at the other end or the purpose we seek to achieve.

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  • How to Resolve Conflicts with Colleagues via Email

    A good working relationship fosters a friendly and suitable environment and often in turn affects our job satisfaction. This is one reason to quickly resolve conflict with a member of the team at work. Not only does an unsettled matter affect your job satisfaction, it also has an adverse effect on your productivity and that of the team in general.

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  • How to Acknowledge a Job Offer via Email

    Writing an acknowledgement email for your new job offer is an opportunity to make your employer realize you are a good choice for the job. Your acknowledgement email should carry your excitement and anticipation of your future with the company while it should at the same time be very professional. Basic Tips for Acknowledging a Job Offer via Email The

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  • Automatic Reply Email Examples for Business

    You might be one of those wondering how automatic reply emails work without getting your customers feeling bad. I’ve been in your shoes but I sailed through by setting out on a tour of the best ways to write mind-blowing professional auto-response emails. To be candid, there are times you’ve got so much to do and there are loads of

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  • How to Write ‘Follow Up’ Emails After Job Interviews

    It’s amazing what you can achieve when you follow up a prospective employer or recruiter dutifully. Many job seekers skip this simple but powerful weapon for getting job offers. Following up your recruiter via email is really easy and very effective. It is a good way to keep a company’s mind on you after a job interview. However, one common

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