Is it beneficial for workers to change jobs often?
Write an email to your employer explaining why you will be absent from work on Tuesday of next week.
You are the team leader of a project for a new client. You sent a document to your client with your team's proposal 3 days ago. The client hasn't responded yet.
Write an email to the client asking if they've read the proposal yet. Ask them to respond by the end of the week.
You have run into a problem with a project. Write an email to your supervisor, asking to meet and talk about the problem.
Situation: Your team, together with a team from another company, have successfully finished a project for a client.
Task: Write an email to the project manager of the other team, thanking the team for their work.
Write an email to a colleague arranging a meeting to discuss your project. Use the following questions to create the body of the email. (It can be real or imagined.)
Include the Subject line—make sure it states clearly what the email is about.
Add an appropriate closing.
Write an email to a colleague sharing an article you read recently that relates to the project you're working on together.
Be specific about why you're sharing the article and how you think it relates to your project. Use your imagination!
You recently had a successful interview with an expert for a project you are doing at work. Write an email to thank them for their time.
Make your email more effective by using specific details (e.g., the topic of the interview) and addressing the expert by name. Use your imagination!
Describe a time when you went above and beyond the requirements for a project.
Be sure to include:
How would you fire someone if you were their supervisor? Write what you would say to them.
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