EMAIL WRITING SKILLS: Part 4 : How To Write About ‘incomplete’ Work...presentation Included - CiteHR
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Usually, when we are unable to complete our work on time, it is because of one of the following reasons:

•the assignment turns out to be more complex than we thought initially

•the assignment needs us to learn a new skill and we didn’t anticipate this

•the assignment needs us to do additional research and we did not anticipate this

•the assignment turns out to be more time-consuming than we thought initially

•the assignment needs more resources than we thought initially

•the assignment runs into technical difficulties that we did not anticipate

•unforeseen personal problem

•unforeseen emergency

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