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    requesting hr

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    Re: requesting hr

    Quote Originally Posted by gomathi gnanaprakasam View Post
    I want to send an email to my HR Manager regarding Employee State Insurance. For the last two months, ESI was not deducted from my wages. She is asking me to accept the deduction of the full ESI amount this month (June) or else over the next two month (June & July). I want to reply to her, asking her to take the ESI amount over the next two months. This is too urgent for me to reply her. Please reply to me as soon as possible.
    If she wrote to you in English, then you should be able to work out the wording quite easily by using the words she used in her email. However, I would suggest something like this:

    I understand that no ESI was deducted from my wages for the last two months. I would like to request that the outstanding ESI deductions be taken from my wages over the next two months' wages (June and July). Please do not deduct the full amount from June's wages. Thank you.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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