To: All staff
From: Bruno Smith
Subject: Walk for Pets
Date: April 20
This is to let you know that the annual Walk for Pets will be held on May 15 from 8:30 A.M. to 3 P.M. at Oceanview Park. In addition to the usual adult walk, there will be a half-mile mini walk for 5 to 12-year-olds. Entry in the adult walk is $30 per person and $50 dollars per couple; entry in the miniwalk is $10 per child. We will have a barbecue at the park after the walk. Food will be provided but everyone is requested to bring drinks.
Half of the proceeds from the event will go toward Home for Pets, a foster home facility for abandoned pets, and the remainder will be divided among various animal welfare associations. Everyone, come out and walk for the welfare of our furry friends!
Mr. Jonathan Watford
17 Bridge Street, West Perth WA
Dear Mr. Watford,
Thank you for your company’s ongoing support of Inglis Museum. It is only through the aid of corporate donors such as yourself that we are able to continue to serve the city of Perth as an art organization.
It is once again time for our annual fund drive. This year’s contributions will mainly go toward repair costs of the Patrona Wing that was badly damaged in December’s storm.
To make a contribution, please fill out the enclosed form and send it to the museum accompanied by a check. As a patron of the museum, all Commonwealth Industries employees will be entitled to half off on admission fees.
From: Grace Townsend, Supervisor
To: All Townsend factory staff
Date: February 10
Re: Change in shift hours
In compliance with new company policy set forth to foster a better working environment, factory shift hours will be changed on an experimental basis for six months starting March 15. The morning shift will be moved up one hour to begin at 8 A.M. and end at 4 P.M., the day shift will be from 4 P.M. to 12 A.M., and the night shift will be from 12 A.M. to 8 A.M. Although the beginning and ending times of shifts will change, actual hours worked will remain the same, which means that wages will not be affected. If you have any questions regarding these changes, feel free to contact me at any time.
Become a permanent member of the Fashion Outlet family! The Fashion Outlet stores located downtown and in Mega Mall are looking to fill five full-time positions. We are giving priority to those of you currently working as summer part-time employees. Becoming a full-time employee of Fashion Outlet means you will receive a pay raise as well as be eligible for all company benefits. You will be required to sign a full-time employment agreement with us after which you will no longer be free to engage in other employment. If you are interested in joining the Fashion Outlet family on a full-time basis, contact me at email@example.com by August 20, and I will give you the application details.
Ms. Julie Marshall
429 Forest Way
Springfield, MA 01107
Dear Ms. Marshall,
As director of Human Resources at Mobile Solutions Inc., I am happy to confirm that you have been hired for full-time employment as a customer service representative. Your employment begins on Monday, June 9. Please report to my office at 9 A.M. so we can go over your starting salary, vacation time and benefits package.
As a new employee, you will be required to take part in a three-week orientation program, which is to begin on Tuesday, June 10. The first week of orientation helps all new hires become acquainted with company procedures and policies. During the remaining two weeks of orientation, you will receive training specific to your work in customer service.
We look forward to working with you here at Mobile Solutions.
Director, Human Resources
Mobile Solutions Inc.
To: Mr. James Finley
From: Sue Patterson, Melodia Industries
Date: March 18
Subject: Change in interview date
Thank you for your recent application for the position of sales representative for Melodia Industries. I am writing to inform you that the head of Sales, Don Richman, who was scheduled to conduct the interview, has suddenly been called away on family business. Unfortunately, your interview scheduled for tomorrow at 10 A.M. will have to be rescheduled. The new date is next Wednesday, March 26 at 2 P.M. Could you kindly let me know if you can make it? If not, the day cannot be changed, but we can switch your appointment with one of the other candidates who have interviews scheduled for the morning of the 26th. We regret the inconvenience and look forward to meeting with you.
• A market research firm in Singapore seeks a junior market analyst in a part-time capacity to start on January 1. In addition to general market analysis tasks, the junior market analyst will be expected to assist senior analysts in preparing client presentations.
• A math or sociology degree and a minimum of two years of experience as a junior market analyst is required. It is also necessary to have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Proficiency in Mandarin is preferred.
• Tentative work hours will be 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. on Mondays and Tuesdays, and 1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. on Fridays. Hours may be increased during peak periods.
• Interested individuals should send an e-mail accompanied by a résumé and at least two professional references to Misa Takahama of Singh Financial Services at firstname.lastname@example.org by December 5. Salary information will be provided upon receipt of the résumé and references.
EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR—Glenn Stacey is the recipient of this year’s award. Glenn’s hard work as assistant manager of Human Resources came to the attention of the Employee of the Year selection committee when several of his coworkers from HR and those from other departments nominated him. Glenn has been dedicating himself to creating the ideal work environment for Parsons Inc. employees. He initiated the highly successful in-house day-care and workspace sharing programs last year, and is currently working on a unique curriculum to reduce stress in the workplace. Glenn’s determination and hard work will be recognized at the company Christmas party on December 20.