From calling in sick to making an introduction, here's how to write 8 common professional emails

Business Insider | 10/8/2019 | Natasha Burton
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Unless your workplace is super lax about absences, writing in that you're under the weather can be almost as nauseating as whatever is ailing you.

Let's say you're too sick to make it to your desk, yet you don't want anyone in the office to think you're slacking.

Brevity - Lindsay - Shoemake - Founder - Working

"Brevity is key," said Lindsay Shoemake, founder of That Working Girl. "Your boss doesn't want to hear all the gory details about your stomach flu."

Follow this email template from certified etiquette consultant Cynthia Roden:

Office - Today - Anything - Phone - Number

I will not be in the office today, as I am not feeling well. Should you need to reach me for anything, please feel free to call me at [phone number] or email me. I will get...
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