npatel Started The Discussion:
Hello to all seniors and members,

I am little bit confused while replying to letter which we generally called memorandum (memo). I want to know how to reply to following letters issued by employer.

1. Explanation letter regarding coming late in office.
2. Letter to Apologize for the mistake that done by him during meeting.
3. Explanation and apologize letter regarding the indiscipline in meeting.
4. Warning letter for take too many leave without any information.


I want to know how humbly we can reply to such type of letters. What thing we have to remember while replying to such type of letter.
If anyone can provide sample reply to such type of letters.

Thanks,

Regards
Nitin
Posted 28th September 2008 From India, Jaipur
hello friends kindly find a link which has several formats for business communication http://www.abusinessresource.com/Additional_Resources/Business_Letters_and_Forms/
Posted 29th September 2008 From India, Hubli
Dear All, i hv d same problem so in case u’ll get it pl sharing me too @nneetukashyap@gmail.com
Posted 29th September 2008 From India, Lucknow
Hi All, I hv few docs. U can use it. Plz find attached winzip folder.
Posted 29th September 2008 From India, Ahmadabad
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File Type: zip customer.zip (390.0 KB, 534 views)
File Type: zip personal.zip (64.6 KB, 610 views)
File Type: zip sales.zip (85.1 KB, 505 views)
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K.Ravi 
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Posted 29th September 2008 From India, Pune
Dear Nitin,
Here are some tips.
.Be genuine. Set piece templates (off the internet) would sound impersonal.because itwould appear that the template is speaking and not you.

. In the first part of the letter close the case, by appologising unconditionally. This wiil prevent the issue from dragging on.
. In the second part explian briefly why you lost you cool (personal problems, time pressure, perceived grievance (be careful to get you facts right in this case).
. Ensure them that it will not be repeated.
. Close the letter with regards.
Posted 30th September 2008 From India, Chennai
Dear Nitin,
Here are some tips.
.Be genuine. Set piece templates (off the internet) would sound impersonal.because itwould appear that the template is speaking and not you.

. In the first part of the letter close the case, by appologising unconditionally. This wiil prevent the issue from dragging on.
. In the second part explian briefly why you lost you cool (personal problems, time pressure, perceived grievance (be careful to get you facts right in this case).
. Ensure them that it will not be repeated.
. Close the letter with regards.

Best wishes.
T D Prasad
Posted 30th September 2008 From India, Chennai
Hello Friends, pls. mail me the same format at aarti.mahajn@gmail.com. Thanks & Regards, Aarti
Posted 1st October 2008 From India, Delhi
npatel 
Thanks for guiding me. That's what exactly I do, Let's see what they decide.
I keep my reply short and to the point, In first half I close the matter by seek their pardon and in next section I Ensure them that it will not repeated and close the letter with regards. I skip the section where I have to explain why I lost my temper bcos that thing is clear to them and their memorandum emphasize on apologize only.


Thanks Again

Thanks to
Ankita Bhavsar
H. R. Executive
for sharing her ideas through good attachments.
Posted 2nd October 2008 From India, Jaipur
nka 
Dear all, I need to explain to my landlord why the tenats at the houses i manage have been delaying in paying rent. Plese assist with a suitable reply. My email inkata83@yahoo.com
Posted 17th November 2009 From Kenya






 
 
 
 







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