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To: Sarah (front desk manager)

From: James (myself)

Subject: Miscommunication issue

Good morning Sarah,

I wanted to reach out to you Sarah to apologize for being rude today when I arrived to work. I had no intentions to be disrespectful this morning. I was in a rush trying to make it to the time clock on time and was not paying attention to my surroundings. I would like to schedule a time to speak with you about the matter. If possible, would you be willing to meet me at your office at 3:30 pm on today. I feel we need to discuss this matter in person and would like to make up for being so disrespectful. I admit I was wrong and I hope didn’t offend you. I thought about this matter after the fact, so I’m not sure how you took offense. Please feel free to reach back to myself via email, phone, or in person to confirm the meeting. Thanks again for your time. I have listed my information below. I hope you have a great day.

Best regards,

Bernard Burgess

Bernard Burgess


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