How to write a Memorandum Letter





Memorandum letters are used within companies to inform employees about new policies, updates on employees transfer or for providing and asking for information.

Memorandum Letter Sample.

Memorandum Letter
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They should have some key aspects that will make them easy and attractive to read: They need to be a source of useful information or make a recommendation; explain the benefits of the change to the reader and mention any deadlines for applying the new rules (if applicable).

There are various types of memorandum letters:

• Information memorandum letter: It request for information or help from employees. The division of paragraphs should be as follows:
o Use the first paragraph to explain the main idea.
o Use the second paragraph to give all the details.
o Use the third paragraph to explain the actions that need to be taken.

• Problem-solving memorandum letters: It suggests taking some specific action that can improve a certain situation. It needs to include the different effects that the action will have on the company.
o Use the first paragraph to explain the actual problem.
o Use the second paragraph to analyse the consequences that it has.
o Use the third paragraph as recommended actions that can be taken to improve the situation.

• Internal memorandum proposal: It is used to gather together employees searching to take a proposal for change to senior management.
o Use the first paragraph to explain why you are writing a memorandum letter.
o Use the second paragraph to give details about the present situation and your proposal.
o Use the third paragraph to describe advantages and disadvantages.
o Use the fourth paragraph to call for action (it may include a date and place for a meeting, for example).


Written by: Admin in Samples 2 | 15 de November del 2013


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How to write a Memorandum Letter

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