Letters for Special Situations

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Anne McKinney
PREP Pub., 1999 - Business & Economics - 245 pages
A valuable how-to resource for those who seek guidance in composing letters for business and personal reasons. Some of the letters shown are these: letters of complaint, letters of appeal, business marketing letters, press releases, letters appealing a job dismissal, letters appealing a supervisor's rating, letters of application to law school and medical school, cover letters to accompany resumes, follow-up letters after job interviews, collections letters, letters related to consumer credit and finance, legal letters and notices, letters of apology, letters of appreciation, letters of reference and letters of recommendation, letters of nomination, letters of opposition, letters of reprimand, letters of termination, letters of solicitation, letters of intent, letters to public officials, networking letters, promissory notes, letters requesting a raise, letters requesting a promotion, letters of resignation, and many more letters designed to assist in personal and business matters. In an era whenmany feel that letter writing is "the lost art, " this book can be a valuable tool to help anyone create letters to use in the special situations in life.

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About the author (1999)

 Anne McKinney holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School and a BA in English from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has been involved in helping job hunters with resumes for 30 years, and she is the editor and publisher of the Real-Resumes Series, a series of how-to resume and cover letter books which show excellent samples of resumes and cover letters that have worked for real people in real job hunts. Sometimes seeing a great sample resume of someone in your field can help you in structuring and revising your own resume. A picture is worth a thousand words, and these books show you pictures of great resumes and cover letters that really worked! 

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