Dinesh DivekarDear Saivasanthi,
Rather than asking for a draft of the letter, it is better if you write it yourself and upload it here. Some senior like me will correct it. If you try, you will come to know your mistakes. If you get ready made draft, you will never improve.
As such you need to work hard to improve your business writing skills. The quality of your post is very inferior. Who is "she" in your post? It appears that you are referring to some woman employee of your company who is on sick leave. But then you cannot use pronoun unless you use the noun. You need to master these basics.
All the best!
From India, Bangalore
HIREN JANI (Human Resources in IT)Dear Saivasanthi - I agree with Dinesh but meanwhile you get correct communication from here, you may write one liner mail to employee saying "Dear Employee - Kindly help us with certificate issued by medical practicenor towards your sickness within 24 hours and also let us know the tentative date on which you will resume your duties. Failing which we need to take appropriate action."
From India, Mumbai
nathraoOne liner mail given above is OK but suggest remove "failing which we need to take appropriate action".
Or just write.
First some general enquiry about her health and then
Kindly submit necessary medical documentation regarding your surgery,along with attending doctors certificate.
Kindly intimate date by which you would be fit for duty.
From India, Pune
Thank you so much for the respond on my post. I will make sure that to draft myself when ever required. And here the mail which i have send to my colleague.
Hope you are doing well. This is regarding your absence to work since 20/4/2015 on medical grounds,request you to submit a medical certificate and let me know when can you able to resume your servies to the company.
From India, Hyderabad
saivasanthimHi, Can anyone suggest the best site portal to post jobs for hiring right candidate.
From India, Hyderabad
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