Write an email message rejecting a proposal from one of your top employees.

Assignments should have the following:page numbers at top right in headeran introduction that tells the reader the key concepts to be discussed in the assignment and its purposea discussion or body that addresses all questions asked, written in third-person voiceVoid of all first-person and second person-voice pronouns,Can not include I, Me, My, Mine, We, Our(s), Us & You, Your(s)a conclusion that highlights how the paper accomplished its purpose as stated in the introduction.A reference page with at least one reference other than your textbook.Assignment – Choose ONE:
Assignment A: Write an email message requesting a refund for an unsatisfactory service.Organize your paper as follows:Cover PageIntroduction on paper’s purpose and key concepts (i.e. the elements of an effectively written bad-news message, and how to use email effectively as external correspondence when seeking a refund, exchange, or further action on unsatisfactory services/products, etc.)BodyCreate an email as a separate document that you will insert into your paper’s body. You may cut and paste the completed email graphic anyway you wish. Be sure to label it as “Figure 1. Email Requesting a Refund.” The email can include first-person and second person pronouns. Follow standard formatting practices for the layout of the email.The Intro of the email should tell the vendor the general problem, and what you expect the company to do about the problem.The body of the email should identify SPECIFICALLY what the issues are, dates purchased, monies spent, etc. Use quantifying details over vague claims.The conclusion of the email should ask that your issue be resolved by a certain date and how you will follow up if you are not satisfied. Include your contact information. State that you have attached a receipt for the purchase.The paper’s conclusion should highlight how your paper accomplished the purposed stated in the introduction of the paper.Reference page (alphabetized) that includes references for all cited sources in the paper.Assignment B: Write an email message rejecting a proposal from one of your top employees.Organize your paper as follows:Cover PageIntroduction on paper’s purpose and key concepts (i.e. the elements of an effectively written bad-news message, and how to use email effectively as external correspondence when seeking a refund, exchange, or further action on unsatisfactory services/products, etc.)BodyCreate an email as a separate document that you will insert into your paper’s body. You may cut and paste the completed email graphic anyway you wish. Be sure to label it as “Figure 1. Email Requesting a Refund.” The email can include first-person and second person pronouns. Follow standard formatting practices for the layout of the email.The Intro of the email should tell the employee the general problem with the proposal, and that you have rejected it as a result.The body of the email should identify SPECIFICALLY what the issues are with the proposal. Use quantifying details over vague claims.The conclusion of the email should either request that the employee resubmit a new proposal OR tell the reader what the company plans to do instead. ask that your issue be resolved by a certain date and how you will follow up if you are not satisfied. Include your contact information. State that you have attached a receipt for the purchase.The paper’s conclusion should highlight how your paper accomplished the purposed stated in the introduction of the paper.Reference page (alphabetized) that includes references for all cited sources in the paper.
Write the paper in third person. Remove ALL first and second person pronouns: I, Me, Our, We, Mine, Ours, My, You, Yours.Revise your paper, using the 4C’s: clarity, conciseness, completeness, correctness.