- Area: Humanities
- Program: English
- Type of Writing: Workplace (writing specific to the needs of a job)
- Course Level: 2000
- Year: 2017
- Paper ID: H.E.W.2.2.1
Month Day, Year
Employment Manager Conflict #12 Personnel SLCC
Dear Employment Manager:
It has been brought to my attention that a misdeed has taken place. I have witnessed a valued employee take company equipment without abiding the rule of bidding on company surplus. I have taken the initiative of inquiring this person myself on the matter, and was agreed he should reveal himself to you and return the item within the week. This person’s identity would have remained confidential if the agreement between us had held true, but he has not returned the item (which is an electric drill), spoken to you, or even acknowledged me since the occasion.
The culprit’s name is Jawny Apulceed, and is being reported for such violations described above, including dishonestly to co-workers (me). I had confronted him hoping he would take his own initiative to correct the dishonest situation and keep most of his integrity. However, being that it has not been settled sooner, I fear I have waited too long myself before informing you.
I have written this letter of concern in the hopes of maintaining the companies, Jawny’s, and my own integrity at high value. This was a hard decision in knowing where each of us stands, including Jawny’s soon departure and retirement. I am a caring individual, but know that with mercy there must be justice and honesty. Thank you for your time and understanding.
With friendly concern,