Busines Writing

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Submitted By raynloa
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Jeff Clarke

I’m writing to you today in a closely considering your request of leave to care for your Grand Mother’s illness. After carefully considered, due to the nature of business and the given need that surfaced, it is unfortunate that your request is denied because of the following reason: * Nina Hernandez requested that weekend off and going to be out of town for her Grandson’s first birthday. * There’s a professional conference this weekend for electrical engineers at a nearby convention center, and many of the attendees will be staying at our hotel. This is the first time the convention center has directed attendees to our hotel, and if all goes well, this could mean a lot more business throughout the year.
Having to grant your request will hugely impact our company. The success of our company relies on your commitment and loyalty.
If you have any questions/concerns, please don’t hesitate to come see me.

Best Regards,
Raymond Sasa

Required Audience Profile
This audience profile is required as part of the week one assignment. Answer the questions below to create a thorough profile for your primary audience, Jeff Clarke, and your secondary audience, Human Resources. 1. Is my primary audience external or internal?
Answer: My primary was internal 2. What are some key demographics about my audience, such as age, gender, family situation, etc.? Answer: Jeff Clarke was my Assistant Manager. 3. How much does my audience know about the topic? Answer: My primary knows enough about requesting time off and the need of the company. 4. How much formality does my audience prefer? Answer: Very professional. 5. How do I expect my audience to react to this message? Answer: Understanding the need of the company and purpose why He was hired. 6. What are my audience’s values in relation to this message? What do they care…...

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