A boss is simply a person who is in charge of employees, workers, or organisations. A boss at anytime at work or at home should be able to write a professional email and able to communicate properly by email to his or her employees or workers.
If you are a boss there are 7 Things you should write in an email to a worker or clients and not write.
1, Instead of writing: I know what I am doing it is better to say it did be Best if we know what we are doing.
2, Where the heck are we doing? It is best to say when can I expect a heads up or update? Never use I just wanted to check up on you!
3, My schedule does matter too, is wrong instead write could you do that work for me? Don't ever say what works Best for you?
4, Instead of writing: I made an error, you can write the update file attached.
5, Never write an email to a worker or client, do you get it? It is totally wrong in a working environment! Instead, write let me know if you have any questions or questions.
6, Writing an email to a worker: I have an appointment is wrong, instead, write or say I will need to leave for an appointment at ______
7, Don't write an email to an employee: Yeah, you are welcome instead write happy to help or hear from you.
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