4:02 PMWRITING A LETTER OF ADVICE
A letter of advice
Use the general formal letter structure. See here
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22 August 2007
Dear Mr. Black,
Your recent letter describing your unpleasant work environment sounds as though you are experiencing a lot of frustration. I certainly understand your disappointment in not receiving a salary increase for the past two years, especially since your performance evaluations indicate that your work is better than satisfactory.
You asked advice about accepting a better-paying position with a rival company, but expressed reluctance about leaving a place where you have many friends. I can understand your dilemma. However, if the rival company is a local firm, you could consider changing jobs and still stay in touch with your friends. Those friendships could continue while you make new friends in a new work place. I think you need to take a long-range view and do what will give you the greatest professional advantage.
I am glad always to hear from you so please keep in touch and let me know what you decide.
- Write a formal letter of advice to the staff manager who wants to increase the work productivity of his team. Advice him to motivate his subordinates, cut the time spent in cafes or social nets or playing computer games at work.
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