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I’m Sam Noeun working for Tour Operator company, I would like ask my MD to increase my Salary, so I need you help to writ the sample of letter increase salary. Thanks // Sam Noeun
Posted 23rd July 2011 From Cambodia
Dear Sam,

u just submit your wish in simple writing to your superiors as under;

To,
CMD/M.D./ G.M.
XXXXXX

Sub. Regarding increment.
Applicant ; Sam Noeun, Designation;

Respected Sir,

I have been working in this organization since.................
and my p.m. salary is in the tune of Rs................
Since last ......months i am expecting increase in my salary but till today no increase has been availed by me even doing hard work for the organization,
I do not wish to bother you in such type of matter but for the sake of my financial conditions i am applying for. Such a situation compel me to do this.
Your goodself are requested to consider my application and increase my salary in the tune what you deem fit as per the company rule.
Yours faithfully,


(Sam Noeun)

Date;
Place;
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warm regards,

KIRAN KALE
Posted 25th July 2011 From India, Kolhapur
Thanks very much for your advise. By the way the company will increase salary to all staff 1year a time on April every year, with this my salary increase to $250/month. But this is not reach up to what I wishes should be ($350 to $400 per month). Because I'm working for this company since March 2008 until now. That why I would like you to writing the sample to me for post to my MD ask for increment. Could you please help me on this matter?

Thanks//Sam
Posted 26th July 2011 From Cambodia



 
 
 
 







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