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To Old Castle Inc. Subject Dasin’e Evans Interested in Executive Assistant - Talent Management position Hello I am Dasine Evans I was just offered the talent management position with you company. I thank you for the opportunity. I am sorry to inform you I will have to turn down the offer due to receiving a greater opportunity, it was something I could not turn down. I made this decision based on what I am really passionate about I did not want to accept an offer on something that I couldn’t give hundred percent of passion and hard work. Again thank you. Best regards, Dasine Evans
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Dasine Evans SLP essay 3 February 21, 2016 SLP Essay The steps I took to write this email turning down a job was I labeled what I was emailing about and who I was. I apologized for having to turn down the position and gave my reason.
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Unformatted text preview: “Be sure to maintain a “you” a²tude, use polite language that emphasizes the posi±ve, and make sure that your work choice is without bias” (Pearson (2015d)).I tried to stay has polite and truthful as possible throughout the email. I showed how grateful I was for the opportunity. I do believe that I was straight forward I did not beat around the bush with the topic. I was truthful with my reasoning’s for not wan±ng to accept a job posi±on I know I wouldn’t give my all too. At the end I gave my best regards and signed my name. Works cited Pearson (2015d). Conveying bad news messages. Retrieved on August 8, 2015 from http://www.pearsoncustom.com/mct-comprehensive/asset.php?isbn=1269879944&id=12029...
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