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The letter should have an informative tone rather than a negative one. Think through the planning form BEFORE writing. To: Holden and Baines Employees From: Mr. Holden, Senior Partner Date: October 9, 2012
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Subject: New 2012 Technology Update Policy Job security is a concern of all employees in our company. In order to ensure that job security is high, it is important to keep our budget in order. As a result of bankruptcy, Holden and Baines has lost two of its major clients, and therefore, some budgetary changes must be made. Our current technology upgrade policy, which allows employees to choose between a new laptop and desktop computer, will be changing due to the change in operating budget. It is crucial that our company focus on the employees, because you are the people that keep the company functioning. As a means of maintaining our current internal operations, we must make some minor changes in the technology department. Effective immediately, laptops will be limited to employees that are required to travel for work, only. Those who are not required to travel will have memory added to their existing machines to ensure proficiency and enough space for their current tasks.
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