Warning Letter for Rude Behavior with Manager

#1 Re. Warning Letter for Rude and Unprofessional Behavior Dear Mr. [Name], I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing this letter with the intent to warn you on behalf of the company’s senior administration and human resources joint management that rude behavior with your colleagues especially with seniors may result in the form of a serious penalty including demotion and eventual termination. With this letter, it is informed that the importance of nice behavior and professional communication with your colleagues cannot be compromised and tolerated. Hence, you are required to read this letter carefully and submit an…

Warning Letter to Supervisor for Inadequate Feedback

#1 Dear [Supervisor’s Name], I hope this letter finds you well. Recently, I got an update related to the supervisory committee that has been working as a board for the construction project the company undertook recently. You are a member of the board, and your scrutiny of the ongoing projects reflects your kind feedback on the project plans, documentation, practical execution of the agenda, and overall progress. I went through the review provided, which is well-acclaimed; however, I found the feedback lacking and incomplete. In your feedback, you pointed out the errors and discrepancies, but the section on solutions and…

Renovation Notice to Staff

Re: Office Renovation Announcement I am pleased to inform you that we have received approval for the office renovation from the upper management. This renovation was a long-awaited project, and today we sent our requisite list to the service provider. This renovation project can take [mention the duration of the renovation completion] from the day it starts. We understand that the office renovation can cause disruption at work due to the interference of the laborers and task managers and the noise coming from the drilling machines and other heavy machinery. To deal with this, we have planned to restructure the…

Warning Letter for Unprofessional and Inappropriate Behavior

Re: Warning Notice for Unprofessional and Rude Demeanor Dear Mr. [Name], this letter serves as a warning letter to you and lays out the immediate need for correction in your attitude at the workplace. According to various complaints filed against you in the Human Resource Management Section, it has been reported that your behavior with colleagues and upper- and lower-level staff is not fair. It has been told to the concerned authorities that you have misbehaved with your immediate boss, i.e., supervisor Mr. [Name], who works in APS-7, on a petty issue of report design. Moreover, your behavior with the…

Project Completion Handover Letter to Client

Re. Project Completion and Handover Letter Dear [Client’s Name], I hope this letter finds you well. With much pleasure and zeal, it is informed that the project was signed between the two parties, i.e., [mention the names of both the companies involved in the signing of the project]. It was a very good opportunity for us and our team to have the opportunity to work with you and help each other achieve our common goals. At this moment, I am going to hand over all the material, data, and concluded details related to the project to you to ensure smooth…

Strong Reply to the Show Cause Notice

Re. Response to the Show Cause Notice Forwarded on [Date] Dear [Name of the Authority], I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing in response to the show cause notice that I received from your office on [Date of Receipt of the Notice]. I want to start by expressing that I emphatically cannot help but contradict the claims made against me in the notification. I have been a tenacious and upright worker for this organization for [Number of Years] and have consistently strived to keep up with the best expectations of immersive skills and diligence required. I have…

Letter Appreciating Seminar Guest Speaker

Re. Appreciation Letter for Remarkable and Thought-provoking Address at the Seminar on [Date] Dear [Name], I hope this letter finds you well and in good spirits. I’m writing to offer my earnest thanks and appreciation for your outstanding contribution as an eminent visitor and eloquent speaker at our latest seminar on [date]. The seminar was genuinely a great achievement because of your insightful address, thought-provoking discussions, and enthralling conveyance of ideas. I want to appreciate you for the broad spectrum of information and ability you introduced in such a short time and the brevity of words. The crowd was charmed…

Loss of Pay Letter to HR for Correction

Re. Loss of Pay Letter for Correction Dear HR Manager, I hope this letter finds you great. I am writing to bring your attention to a matter regarding lost compensation which was to be added to my salary for the month of [month]. I want to give a brief clarification of the circumstance and request understanding and help to determine the issue. On [date] I faced a sort of surprising realization by receiving a text message from my bank informing me that the salary has been deposited in my bank account. When I looked at the amount of the payment…

Tenant Welcome Letter

Re. Welcome to the New Apartment I am writing to welcome you warmly and send my sincere greetings to you for shifting to the new space. I want to take this moment to offer my sincerest congratulations and express my wish for you to be the new resident of this space. First of all, I am confident that this welcome letter will express my support and cooperation in your transition to a new residence smoothly and effortlessly. Moving can be an overwhelming task at times, but I’m sure you will find comfort and solace in your new abode shortly after…

Apology Letter to Lecturer for Misbehave

Re. Humble Apologies for the Misbehavior in Class on [Date] Dear Teacher, I hope this letter finds you well and in high spirits. I’m writing this letter to communicate my profound remorse for my condemnable way of behaving during your lecture [mention the particular lecture or event] on [date]. I deeply regret my activities and truly understand the gravity of the circumstances created because of my misconduct. I, first and foremost, need to earnestly apologize for my ill conduct during your lecture. My response to your questions was totally inappropriate and rude, disregarding the eminent position of a teacher. I’m…

Letter Explaining Absence from Work

Re. Explanation of Absence from Work Dear Sir, I hope this letter finds you well. My letter concerns the recent absence from work which needs to be explained. I am writing this letter to explain my absence [mention the date] due to unavoidable circumstances. Please review my letter and accept my explanation. I apologize for my unauthorized absence for [number of [X] days. Unfortunately, during this time I got really sick. I was unable to leave bed due to extreme pains in my body. I visited my medical consultant in the nearby hospital, and he examined me completely and diagnosed…

Warning Letter for Inappropriate Behavior at Workplace

Re. warning for Unprofessional and Inappropriate Behavior Dear [name of the employee], recently, speaking to your immediate supervisor and head of the department about your performance, it has been revealed that your behavior is inappropriate and does not fulfill the expectations we have as an employer. It is informed that your outdated practices, general demeanor at the workplace, inappropriate body language, and unprofessional handling of the tasks and assignments given to you were monitored closely. Another important point mentioned while reporting your conduct was your insubordination and denial of taking orders from the upper cadre as they are. Dear [name…

Employee Training Proposal Letter

Re. [ABC] Training Proposal Dear [Name], this letter serves as a proposal letter. I am very excited to propose to you a training opportunity within our organization. It is time to prove that we are committed to the growth and well-being of our employees and believe in keeping updating skills and subject matter for the sake of productivity and efficient performance. With the changing dynamics of business and corporate culture in the world, we should be committed to the eventual training of the employees where they can learn to upskill themselves through various tools and methods. An organization should keep…

Audit Notification Letter to Employees

#1 Re. Annual Audit Announcement Dear Employees, I hope this letter finds you well and you are working at your best for your personal and professional growth and the success of our organization. As the year has come to an end, you all know that we get our audit services by the end of every year. However, we had many suggestions for changes in the schedule of the audit which could not be possibly considered because of the unavailability of the audit organization. An audit is important to evaluate the organizations’ policies, documentation, and analysis of the policy execution, data,…

Proposal Letter to Management for Additional Staff

Re. Proposing Hiring of Additional Staff Dear Recruitment Team, I am writing this letter to propose the hiring of additional staff in the operational section and quality assurance team of the industry. Currently, this is observed that the workload has exceeded the available workforce to manage our internal and external operations. To cater to the problems prevailing in the industry, our team of project management met and decided to hire more people subject to the projects either on a contract basis or on permanent employment. Our team of project management met on [date] in the conference hall. We realized the…

High School Club Proposal Letter

Subject: Proposal for New Club in the School To the School Administration. I, along with some of my school fellows, am writing to you to propose a new club for the high school society. We are planning to initiate the work on the club activities right after your kind approval. We have named this club [Name of the club] which will bring focus to the skill learning programs that will help the students to get the employment of their desire after the completion of their degrees. Moreover, the club program will focus on online skills learning which will enhance our…

Absence Excuse Letter for Not Attending School Camp

Subject: Excuse for Absence from School Camp Dear Mr. Mezo, I received your notification about the school camp for digital and soft skill programs in which the school will teach selected students digital marketing trends and workspace and soft skills enhancement. Although I am very excited to join the school camp, I am afraid I will not be in the [name the town] to attend the camp. I belong to [name another country/state] and have been living here for my studies. Due to a lockdown previously, I could not visit my family for more than eight months. The flights were…

Excuse Letter for Being Absent from College Class

Re. Excuse for Absence from All Classes due to Home Commitment. Dear Mr. [Name], I am [Name of the student], from semester [mention your semester] from the department of [Name of the department]. I have also been part of policy programs on different subjects like water and energy crises and climate change. I have also been a member of the ALGH Society of Arts and Culture Club.  I have always been a regular and punctual student. I submitted all my projects on time and never got an extension on my projects, assignments, and course completion. However, sometimes we have to…

Show Cause Letter Reply for Behaviors at Workplace

#1 Show cause Letter Reply for Misconduct Re. Responding to the Show Cause Notice for the Misconduct in the Conference Room on [date] Dear Mr. [name], I am writing this letter to respond to the show cause letter that was sent to me by the HR Manager on behalf of you for the misconduct committed by me. I am here to explain why I did that and what situations led to that. On [date], in the conference room, I along with the newly made team for the marketing and content management of the new product, i.e., [product number], settled to…

Compliance Letter for Tender Submission

A tender is a process in which a company calls for proposals. Proposals mean tenders that are required to be submitted by those who are interested in a particular project. In a tender process, a company asks for the bid submission, the selection process of bidders, and then the formation of the agreement. Bidders who want to take part in the tender submission have to show compliance with the entire tender process to be accepted.  It is a formal letter that is written by a company asking for bidders to make a bid. It also asks them to show compliance…

Excuse Letter for not Attending PTM in School

Some situations may arise leading to you not being able to attend a parent-meeting meeting, or PTM, at your child’s school. To look polite and concerned, you can write an excuse letter for not being able to attend the PTM. Your contact will remain with the school as long as your children are there, You, therefore, do not want to give the impression that you are not concerned with what is going on at school. This carefree attitude may be shown if you miss a PTM. Therefore, it is better to apologize to limit the harm caused by not attending…