You will create an email, but not actually send the email. Do write between 200-

You will create an email, but not actually send the email. Do write between 200-350 words, be professional and formal, and choose from the following scenarios:
An email to a manager of a restaurant to complain about bad customer service.
An email to your boss to let him or her know that you have handled a customer complaint issued against a colleague.
An email to a dean requesting a meeting regarding a complaint you have against a professor.
An email to a group of colleagues to request a meeting to create a new policy.
An email to a human resources office requesting information about a job posting in which you are interested.
Please note that regarding the details, you can fill in the gaps and make it what you want it to be. However, your email must include the following parts:An appropriate subject line and greeting
Information that provides context or the reason for the email
Information that provides details about the situation or request
The best way to return information to you and an appropriate closing (this can be accomplished by creating a signature block)
Requirements: 200-350 words

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