Application for changing working place
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Feeling safe in your work environment is something that we all want and need. You will go to work knowing that you will feel comfortable and that you concentrate on your work. But when that's not the case, then that needs to be changed. One of the ways to do that is to ask your employer to transfer you to a different workspace. This can be helpful to improve your situation and to prevent the issue from growing bigger.
How to write a request letter for a changing workplace for your employer?
Here is a proper request letter, which can be both written or send via email. It shows why you feel uncomfortable and why you would like to switch to a different workspace. Consider the level of politics that is applicable to your organization, and send a formal or less formal message to your boss.
Example of a direct way of asking for changing the workplace:
With all due respect, I would like to tell you that I have shifted to the floor but I am not comfortable here as there is the male staff and not a single female staff. I feel hesitant over here and I am not able to focus on my work. I would like you to change my workplace and shift me somewhere else.
It can be useful to look for a message with a good example, to help you formulate the words. It's important to carefully select the words you need to convey the message in the right way. instead of starting with a new letter, you may save yourself some effort in preparation, if you use this letter. Download this sample Application for Changing of Workplace letter now for your convenience.
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Vanna Becker - DEU
This is very helpful sir