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 »

Sample Leave Application for Medical Treatment

Everybody gets sick once in a while and sometimes you miss important things like, school or work. Yeah, I know, some of you love getting sick just so that they can stay home, away from all the responsibilities and duties. Well, I hate to break it to you, but you still have one important duty;… Read More »

Leave Letter Due to Death in Family

It is the hardest thing to say is your last goodbyes when an untimely death takes away someone dear to the heart, but as long as the earth is rotating around its orbit, the sun is shining, life must go on! The mere thought of writing a letter informing your school, college, or office, of… Read More »

Letter for Non-payment of Rent

There’s nothing that grinds my gears more than a tenant late in paying rent, especially, if the tenant doesn’t even inform you of the delay or give a valid reason. It’s something so rude and unfortunately, occurs very often. If you’re a landlord, then you probably experience this inconvenience a lot. You must have to… Read More »

Letter for Non-payment of Fees (from School to Parents)

Schools! We need them to educate our children, and they need our support so that they can continue to innovate and provide quality. Schools are products of the altruistic dreams of their owners, and thus you find it beneath you to write stern letters to those unfortunate parents who’ve come into hardship for non-payment of… Read More »

Letter for Non-payment of School Fees (From Parent to School)

Gone through a tough month? The expenses were too high or you may have suffered a loss in business. This happens in life, unfortunately, more often than it should. Usually, when there is a situation like this it’s hard to pay your child’s school fees, and some months you may be able to pay it… Read More »

Apology Letter to Customer for Delay in Response

Is it me or does everyone here just always forget to reply to those e-mails and text messages, which you remembered the whole day, and the second you had time to reply, you forgot! And right before sleeping you remembered, and now you say: Oh, No! I’ll do it first thing tomorrow morning!” And you… Read More »

Apology Letter to Customer for Delay in Delivery

Were you busy on Instagram? Or watching the new movie trailers on YouTube? Or was just looking at those adorable cat videos in your newsfeed? And you forgot that you were supposed to be doing your job? And you had to make an important delivery a while ago, and you sent it late, and you… Read More »

Product Introduction Letter to Retailers

Are you launching a new product in stores you’ve worked with regularly, or a small business approaching a retailer for the first time? Tired of letter-writing monotony? Here are a few boredom-buster ideas to help you write a product introduction letter to retailers. Big Things Start Small! One page! Make this your Rule #1: Always… Read More »

Sample Letter for Non Payment of Dues

The customer is always right! That’s what every company says… until the customer is late paying dues. This is the moment the customer is wrong, and you have to make sure they know it. Writing a letter reminding the customer of their nonpayment of dues is sensitive business indeed. How to be polite and demanding… Read More »