For this assignment, you are going to compose two emails, aimed at different audiences with slightly different purposes. Therefore, while they share the characteristics of business correspondence (formal salutations, closings, and correct positions), the tone and content may differ.
>Message: You requested a copy of the most recent employee evaluation for your direct report, Tim Crews. Gina Giadikis from HR sent you the wrong evaluation. You received the employee evaluation for your co-manager, Danielle Rivera, in error. Draft an email to Gina Giadikis from the Human Resources department informing her of the error and requesting the proper document.
Professionalism: Make sure you are using the proper names and positions in yourcorrespondence. Ensure that your tone is appropriate. Use CC, BCC and FWDoptions wisely and only if needed. Use proper email etiquette.
Clarity: Your emails should clearly state what you are communicating, e.g. whatyou need, what you are apologizing for, etc.) and should omit extraneousinformation.
Concision: Your email should convey the message quickly and effectively whilestill including proper formatting and salutations/closings.