How Do I Compose A Letter Of Concern Regarding A Co-worker?


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Lynne Dwyer answered
Depending on the reason. Ummmmmmmmm. Depending on the severity. Now-a-days,,,you almost have to put something in writing to cover your own butt.
You should compose your letter as anyother business letter, with the exception of this:
Add in the following names/headings/etc.
Your immediate supervisor
The branch / company supervisor
The mediation / employee supervisor
Corporate headquarters
Use the names, of each of these offices. You don't want to find out that nothing was done, simply because you didn't include or send the notice to the wrong office. This also insures that your boss's boss can't say, "I didn't know anything about it"
State your letter simply with factual names, places, events, times and witnesses if available. Sign with your full name, (Print it, also) your position, title, workplace and employee #.
The best of luck to you.

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