Request for change in office timing notification
With this request you explain exactly why the employees would like to change office hours. Be sure to be polite and mention if you have any negative effect
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A workplace should look out for the well-being of their employees. An employer should at least consider the requests their employees make. When there's a valid reason for the office timings to change, then that should be done as long as the work gets done and no one gets inconvenienced by it.
How to write a request approval for change in office timing to your employer?
With this request letter, you explain exactly why the employees would like to change office timings. Be sure to be polite and to tell your employer that it won't have any negative effect and that the work will be done accordingly.
Example of a direct way of asking for a change in office timing:
Due to an increase in office timing for department name members during the last months, we were allowed to make our schedule to stay late hours in the office. We are ensuring the availability of at least two or more department name members randomly from the first day starting from tomorrow. All the staff members who are staying late hours are allowed to come late in the next morning for our convenience and internal departmental schedule. I request you to instruct the attendance department to avoid any deductions to the salaries of any department name member for the next months.
When using this letter, you won't have to write the entire letter yourself. Use it as a good starting point and add your personal information to it. Download this sample request letter for approval of a change in the office timing now for your convenience.
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