4 questions/Complete with answer. Please revise-re-word answers to make original writing.


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Pleas re-write the answers to the 4 questions to make them original work.

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1. Question : Student Answer: You've been asked to write a letter of recommendation for an employee who worked for you some years ago. You recall that the employee did an admirable job, but you can't remember any specific information at this point. Should you write the letter anyway? Explain. Before you write a letter of recommendation you should do some research about the employee. You should also find out what the company policy says about providing a letter of recommendation or any request for information for any former employee because some companies refuse to provide anything other than basic dates of employment and other basic details. The reason companies are so hesitant about providing recommendations or anything other than basic information is because there have been instances where people have sued companies for providing negative information or even employer's suing other companies for failing to disclose negative information for a potential job candidate. If you do decide to answer to the request though, there are several things that you can provide such as: 1. The candidate's name. 2. The position or skill the candidate is seeking. 3. The professional or personal relationship with the candidate. 4. Facts relevant to the candidate and opportunity. Comments: Question 2. Question : Student Answer: Describe two strategies for writing routine replies and positive messages. When writing to routine replies and positive messages use the direct approach and use the following strategies. 1. Start with the main idea - Make your opening clear and concise and to the point. 2. Providing necessary details and explanation- Use the body to explain your point completely so you audience will not be confused or doubtful about your message or meaning. 3. Ending with a courteous close- your closing should be short and simple. Comments: Question 3. Question : Student Answer: Comments: Some people have a difficult time with making direct requests. Based on the textbook readings what suggestions can you offer for getting people to comply with your requests? 1. State your request up front - A. Write in a polite, undemanding and personal tone B. Use the direct approach C. Be specific 2. Explain and justify your request- A. Justify your request and the importance B. Explain the potential C. Ask the most important questions D. Make the complex request easier to understand 3. Request specific action in a courteous close- A. Make it easy to comply B. Express gratitude C. Clearly state the important deadline dates Question 4. Question : Student Answer: Comments: If you were advising new college students on Instant Messaging what ten tips for proper IM etiquette would you offer? 1. You should know the person 2. Start with a short greeting. 3. Be mindful of the receiver's preferred style of communication. 4. Keep the conversation short. 5. Be careful with abbreviations. 6. Never send bad news via IM. 7. Don't change meeting times or venues in an IM. 8. Be aware of a status message. 9. End conversations with a short closing. 10. Do not use abbreviations. #5 and #10 seem a bit similar :-) ...
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Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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