To: All Employees
From: John, Project Leader
Date: 27th November 2015
Subject: Opening a New Market in Canada
The slow pace at which the new initiative is progressing has come to my attention. The organization has received numerous complaints from representatives about the paper work in relations to customs. The underlying issues denote delayed delivery time due to massive paperwork needed to influence success in the initiative. Other issues include:
- Absenteeism by members who are accorded the duty to conduct paper work
- Duplication of documents required in this process. This creates delay due to errors committed by various departments (Peitchinis, 2013)
- Increased dependency amongst workers that is on the rise: this is attributable to the cost of labor in the Canadian market (Ryans & University of Western Ontario, 2012).
Culminating from these activities, the management has decided to convince a meeting to discuss these issues at length while finding an appropriate solution. Therefore, Xyz organization would like to inform you about the meeting that will be held in 5th December 2016 at 1.00 pm in the company’s hall. This meeting is set to discuss issues regarding the delay in the implementation of activities related to the opening of Canadian market.
Employees are requested to prepare in advance by making prior arrangements for the meeting. A good number of employees will be given a chance to elaborate on issues that they grapple with to the management to enhance the process of coming up with the most practical solution. In addition, members are urged to see to it that they consult relevant department to ensure that their participation and contribution is forwarded to the management before the due date. This will help to sort out the application and arrange the agenda of the day. I look forward to your cooperation.
Xyz Project Leader
Peitchinis, S. G. (2013). The Canadian labour market. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
Ryans, A. B., & University of Western Ontario. (2012). Entering the Japanese market: The Canadian experience : summary. London: Research and Publications Division, School of Business Administration, University of Western Ontario.