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Raj Kumar Hansdah
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Iam working in a CA firm as HR Executive & Personal Assistant to the director of company. I urgently requires a official letter format for thanking my business clients & associates for sending diwali cards & wishes
10th November 2010 From India, Delhi
Welcome to CiteHR.com !!
Considering the effort you have put in by posting these three posts in separate thread; (which has now been merged); you could have as well DRAFTED a Thank-You note on your own; and put it up before your boss/reporting officer. It is a well-known fact that seniors correct/modify the drafts according to their own style/preference.
You can start with :
We thank you for your Diwali card/gift and wishes. We also .......";
and concluding it with
"We look forward to a long and rewarding association with you..... "
11th November 2010 From India, Delhi
Saw your conversation with Mr.Raj.To the note i would like to say that in this corporate world the moment you add "Ji" after any one's name it look awkward.Be careful next time.
Thanks & Regards,
Abhishek Choudhary| Sr.Business Development - Recruitments|
Ambition Management Solutions (P) Ltd.
Plot No. 24 , Orchid Park
Neeladri Road , Electronic City Phase - I,
11th November 2010 From India, Bangalore
Mr. Abshishek i just wrote ji in front of name of Raj kumar because on the world of computers you never know who just hanged up with you in terms of corporate deals too so as i female i just clered myself to him as i am not at all aware that Mr.Raj kumar is a student yet or he is a Professional person from some of the corporate otherwise me too can never use JI in corporate world to indicate for my Associated or Clients......Thanking You again for sparing your precious time to comment.
Rvelove thanxs for supporting me i really need small & good profesional Thanks letter format for my Corporate.
12th November 2010 From India, Delhi
While dealing with Indian businesses, especially those which are family owned; it is customary to suffix Ji after the name/surname, as a mark of respect.
In fact, while teaching International business in B-school, this is pointed out as a peculiarity of India, just as there are for other countries like Japan, Middle-East, China etc.
Even if you do not type it, your boss may add it with ink (if he is so inclined), while signing in the note.
[I presume you are sending physical/printed notes and not e-mail.]
13th November 2010 From India, Delhi
13th November 2010 From India, Mumbai