Saturday, July 11, 2009

Excuse Letter for Tardiness for Consecutive Working Days

Dear Sir,

Please excuse my tardiness for not being able to arrive at work at the proper call time. I am aware that I have been late for three consecutive working days. I have been under the weather lately with a bad case of the flu. I am trying my best not to go on leave or opt for a day's absence. Hence, I have been late enduring all the symptoms of this sickness in the morning and all the more throughout the day.

As per employee handbook, I will be subjected to my first probationary warning, unless you decide otherwise. I will responsibly accept your decision on the matter.

Hoping for your consideration.

Best Regards,
Employee with Flu

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Excuse Letter: Sick with Swine Flu

Dear Teachers,

My child is suffering from very high fever the past couple of days and his pediatrician is suspecting a possible case of Swine Flu.

To avoid infecting any of your students, my son will be missing school until his fever subsides. I will also insist that you notify other parents to monitor their children's health. As they might have come in close contact with my son during play time or school work. I would like to apologize for this unfortunate situation, but right now my main concern is my son's well-being.

I will update the school immediatedly upon my son's recovery.

Mrs. Piggs

Excuse Letter for Upcoming School Absence

Dear Principal,

My children Anna Paris and Michael Roberts will be attending the Annual Young Citizen's Assembly as a delegate for the state of California on July 16-17, 2010. Attached is the official invitation from the event committee and a recommendation letter from the governor.

They will be missing school for a total number of four days. I hope you will kindly allow them into your classes on Monday and excuse their absence on any upcoming tests this week. They will make up for any missed school work upon their return.

Hoping for your consideration.

Thank you very much
Mrs. Jean Roberts

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Sample Excuse Letter for Sick Daughter

Dear Teacher,

My daughter Ave Maria has missed school the past 3 days due to very painful, menstrual cramps. She is scheduled for a doctor's appointment this Friday. Unfortunately, she will not attend classes that day.

Please kindly allow her to take home some schoolwork, so she can review her lessons and catch up over the weekend.

I hope you understand

Mrs. Talbott

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Recruitment Letter: Headhunter Seeking Applicants

Hello Everyone,

Just a reminder that at RecruitBay we're always looking for good and talented people for a number of companies we deal with. Are you seeking employment right now? Maybe you've fancied a change for a while. Or maybe you've just come out of crunch and think that now's a good time look and see what's around.

Whether you're in the US already, or would be interested in moving to the US, we'd like to hear from you. Some of our clients don't offer the best relocation packages, some do, and one in particular offers awesome packages to those they want - but you'll never know till you find out!

So, if you're on the lookout and fancy discussing your options, drop us a line at

Hiring Manager

Friday, July 10, 2009

Sample Paternity Leave Letter

Paternity leave letter samples are not as common as Maternity Leave letters. They are hard to come by and maybe difficult for any new Dad to write. Below is an example or guide on how to write an effective Paternity or Parental leave letter with the important details of the duration of your paid leave.

Dear HR Officer,

Please be advised that I am officially filling a request for a Paternity leave.

I shall be taking my leave starting on January 6 to January 13. This is the duration of the allowable paid leave which I am entitled to as an employee.

As my wife will be undergoing a Cesarean section operation she will need adequate time to heal. I am taking an extended leave of absence without pay from January 14 to January 20 to take care for my wife and my newborn.

The total number of leave days I am applying for is two weeks. Please anticipate my return to work on January 21, 2010.

I hope you would consider my request as soon as possible.

Best Regards,
New Dad

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Customer Support Reply Letter

Dear Sir,

Good day!

We would advise you to remove all your personal info on your public account or you may remove the said record from your mail box if it is no longer in use.

In this way the record would be emtpy and be back to it's default settings.

Hope this helps.

Best Regards,
Customer Support Team

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Inquiry Letter on College Application Process

To whom it may concern:

My name is Marcella Cohen and I am very much interested in applying for an associates degree in one of your art courses. I just want to ask if I should undergo the same procedures as the freshman applicants for the year or if applicants for the non-degree courses have different requirements?

Thank you very much for your time and prompt action.

Best Regards,
Marcella Cohen

Letter Requesting School Records for Collegiate Purposes

TO Whom It May Concern:

I am Fabrice Hauswig and I graduated from JFK High school last June 2001. I am now currently pursuing my second year of collegiate studies in Northern University, New Hampshire UK. Recently, my clearance for next term’s enrollment has been withheld due to my high school transcript records. The university is now requesting for an official copy of my transcripts in JFK high school.

If possible, I would be needing them before August 01, 2010 because this is the last day of our enrollment. Without the combined transcripts, the university would unfortunately drop my classes. The transcripts can be sent at my mailing address.

Your time, effort and prompt action are greatly appreciated.

Thank you very much

Sincerely yours,

Sorry for Late Reply

Hello Steve,

So sorry for my late reply, my colleague who was supposed to take care of my administration was unfortunately struck ill over the period I have been on vacation.

I am not sure if the documents you sent will be used after all, but you shall be paid in full in any case.

I shall do a direct deposit in your account the next couple of days.

Thanks for your patience!

Best regards,

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Notice Letter of Resolved Customer Service Issue to Client

Dear Valued clients,

We have resolved the network issue and we are now making all services available. If you continue to experience the same problem, please let us know the soonest so we can investigate.

We thank you for your patience on this.


Request Letter for Extension of Maternity Leave

Its never easy for a Mom to leave her newborn. Below is a parental leave letter asking for an extension of maternity leave. This might get any mother extra days off work to spend with her child.

Dear Sir,

I hope this letter finds you well.

I am in the last week of my maternity leave. My official leave duration is from June 15, 2010 to July 16, 2010. In line with this, I would like to request an extension of my maternity leave from June 16 to June 30, 2010.

My newborn still has jaundice, the yellowing of the skin after birth has not subsided. I shall be overseeing his care and follow-up treatment with his pediatrician until he is healthy. Attached is a letter from my infant's doctor.

I thank you for your time and consideration. I hope you could consider my request as soon as possible.

Post-Partum Mommy

Monday, July 6, 2009

Notice Letter of Disciplinary Action by Christian School

Dear Parents, Students, and Staff:

Over the past month, it was revealed that 10 students had used or were currently using marijuana. Some very courageous parents, who loved their children enough to come forward and seek help, started the process. We cannot thank them enough for their integrity and their courage. We truly believe lives have been saved because of their faithfulness.

Use of marijuana is a major violation of the Student Code of Conduct. Our policy states that this violation mandates that a student appear before the Board of Directors for a hearing to determine the consequences of such a violation and ultimately to determine if that student should be allowed to return to the student body.

For over 12 hours on Saturday and Sunday, the Board of Directors and administrators met with each student and his/her parents. We listened to the students and parents, and we interacted with each student, challenging them to be honest and forthright about all the details surrounding the violation. One decision that was foremost on our minds was to determine whether any of the students needed to be removed from the student body for his/her own good. It was determined that none of the students required removal from the school.

Although no student was removed at this time, we imposed strong sanctions on each student to explicitly demonstrate the truth, to emphasize that there are always consequences of sin, and to begin the reconciliation process. Each student received some measure of each of the following sanctions:

1. Random Drug Testing. Each student will be required to undergo random drug testing for his/her remainder of time at Heritage.

2. Suspension.

3. Leadership and Extracurricular Suspension. All students have been removed from positions of leadership.

4. Community Service. Each student will be required to perform forty hours of community service.

5. Outside Counseling. Each student will be required to participate in counseling.

6. Accountability. Each student will be partnered with a member of the staff with whom he/she will meet weekly. The goal of this close attention is to ensure growth and personal accountability.

7. Probation. All students will remain on probation for the remainder of their tenure.

It is now our prayer that a full and complete restoration begin for these students, that each will look back on this time as a time of correction and rebuke from a loving Father, forgiveness from a loving Savior, and restoration and acceptance from the Body of Christ.

We are grateful and thankful for your continued support and prayer for the school family.

In His Service,
Holy Chairman of the School Board

Travel Agent Sales Letter

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Best regards,
The Travel Agent

Notifying Friends of Missing Cell Phone

Hello Friends,

Please be informed that I lost my phone about an hour ago. Actually, I think it was stolen. I was on the train on the way home, when I got out, my phone wasn't in my left pocket anymore.

At home, I received emails from friends about unwarranted and abusive text messages coming from my number.

I immediately called the cellular company, and I had my number deactivated. Incoming and outgoing services are now barred for that number. However, please be advised and please be very cautious that it is possible that someone might contact you claiming to be me. Your numbers are stored there, that's why I'm very concerned that the one who stole my phone might use them to defraud you. I'm really sorry for this unfortunate incident.

Keep Safe!


Notice to Clients: Customer Service Problems Being Resolved

Dear Valued Clients,

We are currently experiencing a technical problem with our system at the moment and our team is working diligently to restore service as soon as possible.

We thank you for your patience. We will send another announcement once this issue is resolved.