I'm curious about the protocol here. If you are offered a job and supposed to reply by email. When I looked online, I see stuff that looks like formal snail-mail letters, i.e like this:
Your First Name Your Last Name Your address Your phone number Addressee's First Name Addressee's Last Name Addressee's title/organization Addressee's address Dear Ms. Waters: I was very happy to receive your phone call this afternoon when you offered me the position of head 6th grade teacher at the Children's Day School. Please regard this letter as my formal acceptance. As we agreed, my starting date will be August 24th, and I will work for the salary of $36,000 annually plus health coverage according to what we discussed. Thank you again, Ms. Waters, for providing me with a wonderful opportunity. Please let me know if there is anything special I should do before my starting date. I am thrilled to be joining the Children's Day School team. Sincerely, Signature First Name Last Name Share With Your Friends!
But does it make sense to put one's name/address at the top of an email? For some reason I would rather just skip the header part, but at the same time I'm not sure of email-protocol. Also, this isn't the "formal" job acceptance exactly( although it is deemed as such). any tips appreciated, thanks!!