Essentials of Managerial Communication

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Essentials of Managerial Communication
Axia College University of Phoenix
Professor: Aaron Anderson
XCOM/285
January 15, 2012

Associate Level Material
Appendix G

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Essentials of Managerial Communication
Axia College University of Phoenix
Professor: Aaron Anderson
XCOM/285
January 14, 2012

The concepts I have learned in this course will be cherished and applied in my business. The communication of how to communicate effectively threw memos, emails, letters, and most of all verbal. As our studies taught us how to make sure there is ethics in business and law, but most of all there is policies, and with policies we are following them and not putting ourselves or the company we work for in harm’s way by our behavior.

When we spoke earlier about motivations, and opportunities within an organization for advancement there is so much potential to put into place for degree programs, classes for ethics an law policies, and most of all how to organize information so it can be clearly read and understood.

I have enjoyed my course which the most important of all I like was how to handle disagreement and conflict. Although I have been thrown allot in my profession, but to be better equip in some areas as this made it very important to me.

Business Letter
Rockbottom Appeal
6214 Vista Way
Sunshine, AZ 85324

Ms. Jane Doe
1462 E. Lonetree Dr
Suite 5236
Rockville, MD 20325

Subject: Change in Store Operations
Dear Ms. Doe,
I would like to commend you on your continue dedication to the company. Your hard work and performance has always gone above expectation. That is why I find it hard to send you this message. We are having changes that will affect you and all hourly positions. I know your location is one of our top performers.

In order to keep our companies operating efficiency to the maximum in our hard economic condition. This change is due to the economy and budget performance from other locations. This solution is the only way that we can guarantee work stability and keep your current wages the same.

We at Rockbottom Appeal appreciate your continuous support. Starting December 12, 2011 our new hours will be as follows:

The employees will start the new 4/10 which is 4 days per week, working 10 hrs per day. This will allow a day off during the work week for those who need to handle personal matters during the work week. The part-time staff will have consolidated hours into 1, 2, or 3 day work weeks depending on how many hours you schedule them to work. I am pleased to announce that our locations will not close, but will rather benefit you with longer hours to better assist you.

We thank you for your hard work, dedication, and performance that you have given to our company to make it a success. Please keep up your hard work as it does not go unnoticed. If you have any further questions please contact me.

Sincerely,

Public Relations Manager
Employees – Business Memo

Rockbottom Appeal
6214 Vista Way
Sunshine, AZ 85324

Memo
December 4, 2011
To: Employees
From: Andra Fair
Subject: Change in Store Operations

Our company is making changes within its operating structure to combat rising operating prices in the tough economy. These changes will enable us to keep maximizing the company operating high efficiency.

In one week all Rock Bottom Appeal stores will remain closed on Sundays. I...
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