Hi, I’m Brian Dys — a photographer from the inside looking out · a composer entangled in electronic music · a UX designer · a spouse, a parent, & everything in between.
June 15, 2012
To Mr. G. G.,
Good day, I would like to be informed of the objectivity behind the qualifications of being eligible in the GainShare program.
It is apparent that some of my colleagues have the same standing as I in terms of attendance and typing skills yet I wonder why I’m disqualified. I do not wish for them to be in the same situation; I only wish for fairness in our workplace.
This, admittedly, has been affecting my professional outlook and I would like it to be resolved in the soonest since I love working with the D team.
The sadness is creeping and scratching me insane. It feels that I am being treated unfairly. I was not evaluated nor commended when I handled everything by myself, when I extended hours and hours without pay, when I did everything to cover all work and the works of all imaginary EAs (which we have now) and beyond. Now that everything is in a not-so-outstanding condition, that’s when you notice me and appear to favor others.
Please bear with me in these personal expressions. Since we do not have an HR department to air my grievances to, I wrote this letter. Please know that you’ve been a source of inspiration to me in regards to my professional career.
Hoping to speak with you regarding these matters,
A disgruntled employee ready to explode anytime like a hot magma volcano.
A parody letter written for Jaycelle in a time of trouble.
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Popular email clients include: Microsoft Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, Hotmail, and email clients used by specific platforms like iPhone, iPad, and Android. All of these top clients should be considered for the simple fact that it just might be the one your recipients are using. You wouldn’t want to send a “broken” email, would you?
Here are two important things to remember in designing your HTML emails.