ENGL 202D- Project 2.docx - TO Professor Julie Knepp FROM...

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TO: Professor Julie Knepp FROM: Ryan Osgood DATE: July 9, 2019 SUBJECT: Project 2 Decisions Option 1 For option 1, I decided to begin the letter by thanking her and the company for all they have done well so far. Showing appreciation was very important to start with before I discussed how it was inappropriate for their employees to be shirtless while working at my house with me and my wife around. Additionally, I told Delilah we had disapproved of their profanity especially in our residential neighborhood. I included my neighbors’ complaints to support my criticism and said I would not stand for this behavior regardless of their company policy. A challenge I faced was finding the perfect wording to show my appreciation while being as straightforward as possible while discussing the issues I had. Option 2 While writing the email to Patrick Gordon in option 2, I thought it would be effective to start off by briefly stating what the email was about, and then quickly seeking the information I needed. I made it as concise as possible while including all necessary questions or information I had. Next, I suggested an action to take rather than asking so he could pay attention to the more important parts of the email. I also added in that this wasn’t the first time we have received complaints to stress the importance of the situation. I included a copy of the letter and asked him to get back to me when made available so the problem could be solved immediately. Option 3 For option 3, I decided to start with a frustrated tone to grab the attention of the site managers so they knew it was important. I explained how there was a complaint regarding dress code and profanity, and how this wasn’t the first time. I made two separate sections for each policy and bolded them so they would be easier to read for the site managers. I was challenged
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