Request letter for no deduction from salary
How to request your employer not to deduct your salary? When requesting not to deduct from salary, download this Request letter for no deduction from salary
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There are times when you have to put your everyday life on hold and have to focus on important issues. When a family member gets ill, for example. But when you're working, you need to explain this to your employer. They need to know why you're absent and request that they keep this in mind before they start deducing your salary. This letter can be helpful to improve your situation and to prevent the issue from growing bigger.
How to request your employer not to deduct your salary?
By sending in this letter you're explaining your predicament in a thorough way and to ask for their understanding. It doesn't need to be a long time in order to get your point across.
Example of a direct way of asking for no deduction from salary:
With due respect, I state that I am a worker at your company for a period. You are going to cut my salary because I remain absent from the Period. However, I remain absent because my child was suffering from high fever in that period, as I have no other men at home who took him to the hospital. Therefore, I remained absent from the company. Next time I will not give you a chance of a single complaint, so kindly do not cut my salary, I shall be thankful to you.
Download this sample Request letter for no deduction from the salary letter so that you don't have to write this letter from the very beginning. You only need to fill in your reason for being absent and personal information and it's ready to go out.
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