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"I am available on Friday between 12pm and 5pm, and Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm next week. Please let me know what time works best for you." Change to: Following is my available time window: Friday: 12:00 - 17:00 Monday to Saturday: 09:00 - 17:00 This would more clear. However, I think you may first time interview. Because I am very confidence ...


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only offer days that are really close to today do not offer weekend days you absolutely must keep it short - this is the norm in business English Here's what I personally would write, I'd hit reply and Steve, thank you so much, what about Friday 2-4 or Monday 9-12. Would either of those be possible? Thanks so much, Fattie! I agree strongly with what ...


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Give them some more specific options. I get the desire to be open, but one of the things that is often helpful is it give specific times, which allows the person responding to just say yes or no rather than call a bunch of people and try to come to a consensus time. They can just say "be there are 9:30." I usually add a line like "How does 9:...


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I will base my answer on the assumption that your supervisor is preparing to do something later that will impact the work of A, B, C, and D, and is seeking for feedback in order to accommodate their needs in this upcoming solution. Matching inputs with others' allows for superior — and as such, best-received — solutions What needs to be considered is that A, ...


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email the four of them individually. Never create email-group-threads, and never-ever if you are a junior. Be absolutely specific. Hence, do not say Dear Steve, Bill has asked me to talk to you about the database. When do you have time? say Dear Steve, Bill has asked me to talk to you about the database. Should I go with four columns or three columns, ...


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If those hours are not acceptable, then take it up with your manager, not the CEO. How hard you can/should push depends on the culture where you are. Here in Norway I can imagine it could be pretty hard*. Handling this kind of thing is what middle managers are for. One thing that stand out to me, because I am prone feel like this as well. You feel like they ...


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