Dear Mr. (name), This is to bring to your attention that the project completion deadline of (date) is rapidly approaching. It is mentioned with great care that there is still a large amount of work pending, as well as some remaining work. We would be very happy if we could continue working together towards the successful conclusion of this project.
Mr. or Ms. Name of Recipient, Regarding the employment offer email dated Date confirming my selection for the position of Title with Company, I would like to thank you for this opportunity. I accept this job with tremendous pleasure and thanks. To show my interest in the company, I would like to know if there is any other job that might be available at this time.
To confirm my acceptance of this job, please respond by calling (phone number) at your earliest convenience. Thank you again for your consideration.
Employee Relations - HR Department
Dear [Name of Supervisor], This letter is to properly notify you that I will be leaving my position as [your job] at [business] in two weeks. My last day of work is [day two weeks after you submitted it]. I want to thank you for giving me the opportunity to work with such an amazing team. I have learned a lot during my time here and I hope that we can continue to work together on some future projects.
Sincerely, [Your Name]
You should also include a personal note if you want to give a more intimate message to your supervisor. For example, you could say something like "I would love to go over our meeting yesterday with you about the new project" or "I'd like to take this opportunity to tell you how much I enjoyed working with you on project X."
Also remember to show your respect by using his/her proper title. If they are not part of your company's executive team, use their first name instead.
This email should be firmer in tone. Past-due invoice as the subject line invoice #### for [company name] Good day, [client name]. According to our records, [invoice ###] is now [number of days past due]. We are writing to seek payment for the whole outstanding debt of [amount past due] as soon as possible. If we do not receive payment by [date].
Take note of the subject line of the follow-up email. Use ambiguous subject lines like "Just checking in" or "Important to read." "Programming department meeting, April 30th" is a better choice. It is critical to stress your original encounter in order to remind your recipient of your previous meeting or conversation. This will help ensure that your message gets read.
In the body of the email, be sure to include relevant information from your earlier email. For example, if you asked someone to review your website and they didn't reply, it's helpful to know this so you can avoid sending another email about the same topic. You can also mention any other information related to your initial email request that may have changed since it was sent.
You should also include a personal touch in your emails. For example, if you send an email to multiple people, refer to each person by name. This shows that you care about getting feedback from more than one person and encourages them to respond.
Finally, be clear and concise with your writing. Short and simple sentences make for easier reading and are less likely to generate confusion as to what you're asking for.
After you've written your email, consider how you'll follow up. Will you call them or visit their office? These things should be considered before sending your first email - otherwise you could end up bothering someone without getting anything done.
Sincerely, Yours truly (if you started the email with 'Dear Sir/Madam' since you don't know the recipient's name) Yours sincerely (if you started the email with 'Dear Mr/Mrs/Ms + surname) Regards. (if you're writing to more than one person, then you need to differentiate between them - for example, 'Regards,' 'Best wishes,' 'Yours faithfully,' etc.)
All things considered, an email is just a letter written via computer, and as such, it follows the same rules. So, if you want your email to be as polite as possible, start by writing a standard letter and then simply replacing "yourself" with "your friend," " yourself " with "him or her," and "you" with "he or she."
For example, if you were writing to someone who you thought was cute and had added you on Facebook, you could start with "Hi there, stranger!" Then you would go on to say how great it would be if they would send you a message back. You could end the email with something like this: "Have a wonderful day! Hope to hear from you soon!"
Or, if you wanted to be really formal, you could start by saying "To whom it may concern:" and then list the people you are writing to.