I want to write a email to my employee that our client has given compliant against them that the programmer is not coming on time. so i want them to mail me as soon as they come to office mail me as as the log out
how to format that kindly suggest me
17th February 2011 From India, Mumbai

Hi Saraswati,
You can write a simple mail to them or else issue them a letter. A simple format is as follow:
Name of Employee
Employee Code:
Sub: Late coming to office
Dear ,

This is to make you aware that we are receiving many complaints about your reporting time to office. Due to your misconduct of Rules & Regulations, you may be suspended from your respective job role from to .
Please consider this letter as a final warning.
Request you to report back to office on at am.
Thanking you,
Yours’ Sincerely,
Name of Authorized Person
For Company Name
Thanks & Regards,
19th February 2011 From India, Pune
Dear Ms. Saraswathi
My advice to you is to start learning BUSINESS ENGLISH -COMMUNICATION SKILLS which will help you in drafting BUSINESS LETTERS including various topics. Also improve your VOCABULARY to support your WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS.
Rather expecting everything in READY MADE FORMAT, If you really want to grow in your career then please do learn to search INTERNET which is the OCEAN OF KNOWLEDGE and you will find almost everything.
Last but not the least......In your whole life, you will remember only those which you had learned by investing sincere, honest efforts. This is the fact and please get your self trained in BUSINESS ENGLISH.
With profound regards
19th February 2011 From India, Chennai
Hello Saraswati,
Hope this will be also a useful format to you.
Our office starts at _________ am and I want all of you to be here strictly by _______ am.
If for any reason you are not able to reach on time please note that you need to be putting in 9 hours minimum per day including lunch break.
Your coming to office late should not have adverse effect on the targets given to you.
For those who come to office after 9.30 am it would be treated as half day leave.
Thanks & Regards,
23rd February 2011 From India, Pune

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