Letter about Wording Complaints

Letter about Wording Complaints :

This Letter should be written in The Letter-Pad of the Company.

From :

The Sender's Name,
Door Number and Street's Name,
Area Name,
Postal Code : XXXXXXX
Phone Number : 0000 - 123456789
E-mail ID : sendersname@companywebsite.com

Date :

Reference :

TO :

Addressee's Name,
The Company's Name,
Full Address with Phone Number.

Subject :

Dear Commissioners,

I am writing to address an issue which directly affects me andother County Employees.

It is my understanding that the current policy prohibits parentsfrom using their sick leave accumulation to take their childrento the doctor, or be at home with sick children. In most daycares, the rules are very strict about sick children;temperatures of 100 degrees, diarrhea, or vomiting will send achild home for at least 24 hours. (Longer illnesses, such aschicken pox or mumps, would send a child home for up to 2weeks.)

In the case of infants and toddlers teething, ear infections, andallergies have the potential to present the same symptoms. Thepossibility exists that these children will be sent home also toavoid spreading illnesses.

It is my view that when an employee works hard at his or herposition and is consistently punctual and at work, he or she hasearned a relaxing, enjoyable vacation each year.

Staying home with a sick child is not a vacation.

Married parents as well as single parents have a burden placedon them when it comes to sick children. The burden is onewithout choice: they must be with a sick child unless they canfind someone to watch their child, even if that meanssacrificing vacation time.

I would like to propose a change in the current policy to extendthe use of sick leave in place of vacation leave for taking asick child to the doctor or being home with a sick child. Thiswould be left up to the Supervisor's discretion.

It is my understanding that at one point, an unwritten Countypolicy allowed time for parents to be home with sick childrenwithout using their vacation time, this also to Supervisor'sdiscretion. It should be understood that abuse of this policywill result in the termination of the benefit for the person orpersons abusing it.

I am aware that there is a new personnel policy which gives fiveworking days for serious illness of family members:8-9 Familyleave.

In the event of serious illness, in the immediate family of anemployee, the appointing authority or his/her designee mayauthorize a leave of absence with pay but shall limit such leavewith pay five (5) working days or less. The length of the leaveshall be determined by the appointing authority or his/herdesignee in the factors of relationship and required travel time.

I believe I am trying to convey a point of view different fromthat stated above. The new policy would be for family illness ofa less serious degree to what I understand the present policyaddresses. Please let me know what you think about thisproposedchange. I look forward to hearing from you.

Thanking you.

Yours Sincerely,

(The Sender's Signature)

The Sender's Name
County Employee

Enc :


This is a typical letter. You have to add your company's name with full address. And the receiver's name and full address also should be added in the place allotted for that purpose. Without those primary details no letter carries any significance. So, you are requested to provide all those important details. Failing which the letter will make a wrong impression about your company and you among the receivers of your letters. This is the most unwanted attitude on your side in dealing with the clients who are the most valued assets of any business organisation. If necessary, leave those spaces blank.

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