Letter Informing Customers of an Employee’s Termination

The awkward moment when no sooner had you made the rounds to your clients’ offices introducing your new employee, you had to make the same rounds, to say: “Actually…” Here are some insights into writing a letter informing customers of an employee’s termination. Almost Ceremonial! Because, as James Sinegal put it, “when employees are happy,… Read More »

Letter Informing Customers of an Employee’s Resignation

When someone from the company resigns, the transition process is neither complete nor meaningful without immediately informing your clients via formal letter. How to break the news? How will they take it? What information needs to be communicated? These are some of the questions that could be on your mind, which I hope this article… Read More »

Parent-Teacher Meeting Letter Sample (Invitation to Parents)

As the New Year draws alongside, the new semester awaits to begin! For an effective, constructive, and successful schoolyear for all, these parent-teacher communications, colloquiums, and conferences are an absolute necessity. Teachers intend to discuss the semester’s goals and expectations with the parents. The parents are enlightened on the syllabi and the child’s learning needs… Read More »

Letter for Non Payment of Child Support

Federal child support laws state that if a non-custodial parent fails to pay child support on time, he or she is liable for legal action. However, most custodial parents may not want to go through the hassle of contacting the non-custodial parent through the law. You can write a letter on your own and make… Read More »

Happy New Year Letter to an Apartment Community

You just finished sending all the Christmas cards and letters and now, New Year’s is approaching and you’re tired. We understand, the only downside to this wonderful Holiday season is that there’s so much to do, so little time. Never fear! You have this article to help you write a New Year’s letter to the residents… Read More »

Christmas Letter from Student to Teacher

‘Tis the season for selfless giving, Ugly sweaters and beautiful trimmings, For souls adorned with the joy of forgiving, For wreathes and garlands and love-filled stockings, For streets abloom with sweet sounding carols For tables abundant with puddings and stuffings. It’s Christmas! So bring out your pens and papers Let hearts be warmed with letters… Read More »

Classroom Party Letter to Parents Requesting Food Donations

It’s so wonderful that you’re a room mom or dad, and you’re here looking for tips on writing a classroom party letter asking some amazing parents just like yourself to help by donating food. Nothing like a classroom party to uplift the spirits and performances of students. I must say I envy you, as you… Read More »

Letter of Explanation Due to Negligence

There’s nothing more mature than taking responsibility for one’s negligence, instead of blaming someone else. It is an admirable act, as it’s rare to find someone who can take the consequences of their actions without being a juvenile delinquent. It is hard to admit one’s mistakes, I know. However, it is a humbling experience which… Read More »

Apology Letter to Customer for Delay in Payment

When do you pay your customer? Yes, I did just say that and not accidentally! Not every sale is a slam-dunk, and the occasional refund is inevitable. You’ve made your peace with that, but then there’s this apology letter to write, because you’ve touched the baseline and you’re no Michael Jordan; no North Carolina Tar… Read More »

Emloyment Contract Letter Confirming Salary and Length

Part of your work while working in the human resource department of a company is writing confirmation of employment or contract letters. What are they? Once it has been unanimously decided that a certain person should be hired by the company, you need to send him or her a letter that outlines what salary he… Read More »

Memorial Day Letter to Soldiers

My 70-year-old dad used to tell his grandchildren a story, about a 4-year-old girl who on a Memorial Day Parade, asked her daddy a question: “Daddy! You said a hero is someone who defends his home.” “That’s right, kiddo.” “Then Uncle Pete’s home must be weally weally big!” said the little girl, about her uncle;… Read More »

Memorial Day Letter to Employees

Each day takes you on a new path less known; lesser travelled. And each day, leadership outshines itself, treading that path with vision, wisdom, and humility. As Memorial Day draws nigh, and you sit to write a letter to your employees, comes one of those moments you’re reminded of a higher purpose to leadership beyond… Read More »