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how to write a formal letter when taking over new duity/post



 
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how to write a formal letter when taking over new duity/post #1 (permalink) Sat Dec 05, 2009 15:16 pm   how to write a formal letter when taking over new duity/post
 

Dear All,

Can any one help me to write a formal letter rgading below:

next week i am going to assign my duties in our site office as per HR request(Currently i am working in main office) i want to reply to HR e-mail that sould be contain "taking over my new duties & need to thank for main office director/staff"

also i am bit confution about following pharases

which sentense is correct

i will be assigning my duties in site office from next monday
i will assign my duties in site office from next monday

thanks
regards
san
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how to write a formal letter when taking over new duity/post #2 (permalink) Sun Dec 06, 2009 1:48 am   how to write a formal letter when taking over new duity/post
 

What do you mean by 'assign'? Give your old duties to someone else?
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how to write a formal letter when taking over new duity/post #3 (permalink) Sun Dec 06, 2009 3:28 am   how to write a formal letter when taking over new duity/post
 

"Assign"i mean taking over new responsibilities in new office, i think the sentence should be i will be attending.......

my old duties....mange data & douments in a construction company , coordinate with contractors & clients,reporting to management about submission status...
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how to write a formal letter when taking over new duity/post #4 (permalink) Sun Dec 06, 2009 3:39 am   how to write a formal letter when taking over new duity/post
 

I will be assuming my duties in the site office next Monday.
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