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Congratulatory Letter 1. A paper that commends or praises a party for a job well don, promotion, election to a position, outstanding achievement or a heroic act. (Bouing, 2006) 2. A letter of congratulations, or congratulations letter, is used in both personal and business situations. Their primary purpose is to formally congratulate a person or an organization for an outstanding achievement. (Haper, 2010) 3. To manifest jubilation over another’s success or gain, particularly in his business or profession; it usually ends with a building of goodwill. (Menoy, 2007) Inquiry Letter To inquire or ask questions about something, e.g., prices of accodities; it usually nds with a call for action. (Menoy, 2007) This letter may be solicited or unsolicited. You often write the first type as answer requesting information about an advertised product. (Abelos, 2005) Request for information about a product or service. An inquiry from a prospective customer may be unsolicited, but many advertising dollars are spent attempting to generate inquiries as well as purchases. Inquiry promotions identify individuals with an interest in the product or service, provide leads for follow- up sales calls or promotions, and measure both the effectiveness of various advertisements and also the demand for a product or service. ( ) Application Letter
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1. This letter is written by a person purposely to seek a job or promotion by persuading the employer using qualifications. (Bouing, 2006) 2. A letter of application, also known as a cover letter, is a document sent with your resume to provide additional information on your skills and experience. A letter of application typically provides detailed information on why are you are qualified for the job you are applying for. Effective application letters explain the reasons for your interest in the specific organization and identify your most relevant skills or experiences. Your application letter should let the employer know what position you are applying for, why the employer should select you for an interview, and how you will follow-up. (Doyle, 2010) Promissory Note 1. An unconditional, written and signed promise to pay a certain amount of money, on demand or at a certain defined date in the future. (Megrath, 1983). 2. Written promise to pay a specified sum of money to a designated person or to his or her order, or to the bearer of the note, at a fixed time or on demand. ( ) 3. A written promise to do or provide something, usually presented as a gift and claimable when or however the recipient chooses. ( ) Resignation Letter 1.The resignation letter, in its most simple form , states that the employee is resigning and gives the final date of employment. Generally, an employee will provide the current employer with two week’s notice, as stated in the letter of resignation. A slightly more complex resignation letter provides details about why the employee is
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2012 for the course BSA 102 taught by Professor Lim during the Spring '12 term at Baylor College of Dentistry.

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