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Authorization Letters How to Legally Authorize Something By: Robert Noyes
Authorization Letters authorize someone to do tasks for you that normally require your presence to get them done. These tasks are more than picking up dry cleaning. They are used to authorize someone else to make important decisions for you. Take writing these letters very seriously. ...
Business Introductions How to Write Letters of Introduction to Get Doors Open By: Robert Noyes
Letters of Introduction can span a variety of professional topics. Very often, they introduce new team members to customers and clients, or they introduce new businesses to a targeted, specific market. In all cases, Introduction Letters are written to develop some sort of business relationship. These letters ...
Business Apology Letters If You Have To Apologize Know How To Write It Properly By: Robert Noyes
Apology letters are best used to convey an apology you won't or can't make in person. Many situations requiring an apology escalate to conflict when parties meet face-to-face. In these cases, a letter disconnects the writer from the reader and suspends the confrontation. Likewise, if you're responsible ...
Employment Verification Letters By: Robert Noyes
As an employer, it is often necessary to investigate applicants to ensure that previous work experience and education credentials are valid. At times like these, Employment Verification letters are used. Depending on company policies, these letters can change. Some companies agree only to verify that a person ...
Congratulations Letters How to Write Them By: Robert Noyes
Congratulations letters are a form of personal correspondence and are typically sent personally from you to another person. Although personal in nature, these are routinely sent to co-workers and associates within one's profession. It's not uncommon to send congratulations letters even to competitors. This type of correspondence ...
Condolence Letters How to Convey your Sympathies By: Robert Noyes
Condolence Letters are typically written after someone has died and are some of the most difficult and awkward letters to write. The best advice in writing these letters is to empathize with your reader. Relate a story to them that shares some similar personal experience. Do not ...
Thank You Letters By: Robert Noyes
Thank you letters were once a standard of good manners and professionalism, but have declined in use in recent years. Periodically, they are received now only after a particularly nice gift or special assistance has been given. Unfortunately, often Thank you letters are simply not sent. These ...
A Business Contract Write One Yourself Its Safer than a Handshake By: Robert Noyes
Friends and Family might be the only ones whose word or handshake you can trust. There may be some who can't even risk that. As unfortunate as it sounds, it's often the case and the reality is that most deals are not with friends and family but with ...
Job Application Letters By: Robert Noyes
Job Application Letters are simply cover letters to resumes. There is no standard format for these letters, however most contain similar information. Some Job Application Letters focus on the applicant's training credentials, while others concentrate on the applicants life and work experience. In all cases, they should ...
Acknowledgement Letters How Do You Write Them By: Robert Noyes
Acknowledgement Letters are simply a response to a recipient for some action they or an organization they represent have performed. Beyond the response provided in the letter, Acknowledgements do not have to offer an opinion or provide any information. For example, an Acknowledgement Letter sent to a job ...

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