Response to Progress Report

Project is taking too long

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This is a reply from a supervisor, expressing his or her dissatisfaction on the progress of a project. These difficulties could have been communicated to the team leader to improve the efficiency of a project. Hence, it is best to write a letter to the staff and confront these difficulties head-on as soon as possible. Any delays could complicate the matter and incur more costs.

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This letter should be used by a supervisor who has just received a progress report from his or staff member

This letter brings attention to the lack of communication between staff matter, which has cost the firm more money to complete a project as a result. Users should add in any other solutions that could remedy the solution.

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Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence


Business > Human Resource / Employment > Internal Memo / Policies / Staff Handbook / Manual


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