Yin and Yang
Yin and Yang answered Danae Hitch's question

There is always such a child like thrill waiting for the post man to deliver a letter from some one you love. I LOVED it when Yang and I wrote to each other. So my answer would be..... For Yang to write me a letter again, seal it, put a stamp on it, and mail … Read more

Retiredkop Retiredkop
Retiredkop Retiredkop answered

I think you mean you want to apply for redundancy pay, aka severance pay.  If that be the case then professionally state the facts why you believe you have this pay coming to you.  Send the letter to the CFO of your previous employer with a copy to the COO.  If they don't offer a … Read more

Bikergirl Anonymous
Bikergirl Anonymous answered geeta's question

For starters I wouldnt send a letter, I would talk face to face .. I would simply ask if he would like to spend some time so we can get to know each other better. But that is just me.

If you really feel a letter will suffice .. Start off with an apology. Apologize … Read more

Walt O'Reagun
Walt O'Reagun answered april ranola's question

As others said ... You need to go speak to them in person.

And if *I* were in the HR department - I would be asking how you lost the SIM card, but not the phone?  Why did you take it out of the phone, or have the phone open in the first place?  Basically, you … Read more

Retiredkop Retiredkop
Retiredkop Retiredkop answered april ranola's question

It is hard to show emotion in written form unless you are a professional writer, besides it might be deemed as a cop out (no pun intended).  If you do it in person, face to face it shows your true feelings, and intent to make things right.  A cold and impersonal letter has a greater … Read more