You have been facing lot of issues at work lately. Write a letter to your Reporting Manager informing him about this. In your letter • Explain what / who is affecting your work and people's attitude towards you • What your expectations are from this work / office • How / what your manager can do to help you with these problems

Dear John I am writing
letter to express my concerns about some issues that I have been facing in
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the office

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that are affecting me. As you are aware due to department restructuring some of my team members were let go from the services of the company. Some of my team members are holding me responsible for
and are being non-cooperative in day to day work.
is severely impacting the departments as well as my performance. I would appreciate
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your office can clarify that the downsizing decisions were part of the new corporate strategy and were not based on my recommendations. I had no part to play in the exercise and was not asked to provide any inputs in
matter. It would be great if you can set up a meeting
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with my

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fellow co-workers in the organization and explain the rationale behind these decisions and clarify that these were taken by the management.
can help clear the misunderstandings. Yours sincerely
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Use cohesive linking words accurately and appropriately

Linking words are very important in your essay.

To score effectively on your IELTS exam, you should make an effort to implement short concise sentences coupled with linking words.

Almost every sentence in your essay should have a linking word of some sort.

In fact, the only sentences that can omit linking words are your background sentence and thesis.

Linking word examples:

  • firstly
  • secondly
  • thirdly
  • in additional
  • moreover
  • also
  • for example
  • for instance
  • therefore
  • however
  • although
  • even though
  • despite

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