DATE: March 28, 2014
TO: Storm Weathers, Ceo
Hank Beast, Vice President of Operations
Soft sand Beaches, Vice President of Public Relations Operations
Ravenscroft Waters, Vice President of Marketing
Scott Burns, Vp of Marketing
FROM: Extravagant Pants, Vp of Human Resources
SUBJECT: Roanoke Office
The past few months, the Roanoke workplace has been suffering from some issues. Last month there was complaints by four with their clients regarding the work being produced. There exists a feeling this can be caused by low morale. Graphical artists and copywriters possess indicated they will feel their very own creative hard work is being declined or revised without appointment. They are also being asked to work much longer hours to accommodate the new accounts the part has acknowledged, without proper reimbursement. Some of these workers are intimidating to quit. We must give this matter our immediate interest, before we lose very valuable clientele.
It is vital, while an Professional Team, we all contact the Roanoke Department and help these people get this difficulty under control before it influences the entire company. Hank, I would really like you to contact the Roanoke clients of their specific problems. Crystal, I would really prefer you to come up with a timeline for the current task workload that is causing the long job hours. Sandy, please consult with the Public Relationships office in Roanoke for insights.
You should e-mail your reports to me by November 10, 2014. After critiquing your reviews I will talk with Snoopy Pup, the HUMAN RESOURCES director in Roanoke to discuss the issues. In those days an Exec meeting will be planned to go over what improvements need to be regarded as and applied.
Thank you for your help in this matter. This can be a very important time for the Roanoke branch and organization as a whole.
Gregory S i9000. Forest, President
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